In this course, you will learn to effectively transform content into impactful visual objects, such as logos and infographics, that you clearly present to contemporary audiences.
You will discover and practice elements of the visual design process, from conception to research to the development of dynamic visual content. You will explore Lisbonâ€™s cultural scene and museums to get creative inspiration, and learn silkscreen printing techniques at IADE laboratories to turn your ideas into fully realized projects.
THIS COURSE WILL BE HELD IN LISBON
Discover Lisbon, a contemporary capital with a Gothic heart; a city in constant movement between the mood of a nostalgic fado and the dynamic, glamorous aura of its young creative culture.
Leaning toward the Atlantic Ocean, and a historical port connecting old Europe and the New World, Lisbon is today living a renaissance thanks to the creativity of its multicultural citizens.
They are bringing new life to the cityâ€™s azulejo-splashed narrow lanes and romantic terraces: From boutique designers to new media advertising agencies, a creative generation is blooming.
This course is addressed to undergraduate and graduate design students who already have a basic knowledge of visual design methodology and principles.
- All classes are held in English, so a fluent understanding of the English language is required.
- Please carefully read the course descriptions before applying to a course. The schools are not responsible if you choose a course level that is not suitable to your background and skills.
- We will accept bookings from students 18 years old and older. If you are 16 or 17 but show a strong motivation to take introduction-level or experience-level courses, we will consider your application on the condition that your parents or legal guardians send a written declaration of responsibility.
- We recommend that you bring personal equipment to use in class, such as your laptop, sketch pad, etc. Suggested items will be listed in your welcome materials, which you will receive prior to the beginning of the course.
If you wish to extend your summer studies, you can combine this course with: