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GRAPHIC DESIGN

Students who complete Graphic Design courses will apply design principles, concepts and technologies to create innovative messaging and visual solutions. They will explore the history, criticism, and business of communication design.

The Graphic Design program prepares students for freelance careers and/or entry-level positions in the graphic design market as well as for transfer to four-year colleges and universities. The program emphasizes the basic skills, knowledge, and abilities needed to implement creative, technical, and esthetic solutions into print and publication design; web and interface design; branding, identity, and type design.

MULTIMEDIA DESIGN

Students who complete Multimedia courses will transform text and images into compelling messaging and visual storytelling through the most effective media available; from motion graphics and interactive communication to spatial applications such as environmental graphics, way-finding systems, 3D commercial graphics, and branded environments. Students will explore the history, criticism, and business of multimedia.

This program is an interdisciplinary program that will connect students with a wide range of disciplines, including business, art, graphic design, programming, performing arts, journalism, music, radio, and television. With the development of software/hardware technology that can display motion graphics and the realization of a graphical user interface for the Internet, millions of people all over the globe are regular users of a medium that is earning billions of dollars annually.

 

GRAPHIC AND MULTIMEDIA DESIGN PROGRAM

AA-101
(805) 553-4121
mcdivision125@vcccd.edu

DEAN
Monica Garcia
mgarcia@vcccd.edu

DEPARTMENT CHAIR
Erika Lizee
elizee@vcccd.edu

ADMINISTRATIVE ASSISTANT
Rain Mathake
rmathake@vcccd.edu

FACULTY
Svetlana Kasalovic

(805) 553 4842
skasalovic@vcccd.edu

 

MISSION STATEMENT

Mcwebspace.net is the website for the Moorpark College Graphic and Multimedia Design (GMD) program offering degree path guidance for current and prospective students who need to know the recommended ideal order in which to take program courses. Moorparkcollege.edu provides course descriptions but neither adequately provides GMD students with degree path information nor a space for prospective students to see examples of what they can learn studying in the GMD program. Mcwebspace.net provides degree path information for students from enrollment to graduation. Additionally, exemplary work produced by our department students is featured for prospective students to view.