Intro to Information Design
This course defines and demonstrates the process of graphically representing information. Students learn how to create visual patterns, which make complex information easily understood. Areas of classical and modern arrangements of 2D space through grids and other systems are explored. This class is useful for every area of design, because the ability to handle information and abstract data plays an important role in most design assignments, from websites to mass communications.
Please note: Students are advised to refer to the current applicable course catalogue for degree completion requirements and to confirm their progress in satisfying those requirements with their advisors. In addition, students should refer to the most recent class schedule, available via my.newschool.edu, for up-to-date course day, time and faculty information.