Nov 27, 2016
Its been a great course, many info and points that are fantastic in the learning or adding new knowledge always. I will always recommend this course for those who want to know more and learn design.
Dec 05, 2016
Loved it and all the examples the teachers put into it, as well as the organization and evolution of themes. Big thank you to the teacher ladies. I learned a lot and enjoyed the lessons very much.
By Daria Nikolskaia•
Nov 29, 2018
Excellent insight into history, many interesting examples, it was very informative. Thanks for the course!
Nov 10, 2018
By Amy Cotugno•
Nov 08, 2018
This should be one of the first courses. Students, especially English Language Learners need the front loading of the topic. It would ideally help clarify the idea of graphic design.
By Valerie Van Kerckhove•
Oct 29, 2018
A very interesting course! It shows you really interesting designs throughout near history, and also forces you to look around to identify influences and tools in the Now. And sure enough, once you start looking, you start to notice things and become more observant.
By Qamar Ahmad Aamer•
Oct 26, 2018
I really like to say thanks to my teachers here.
By Soh Wee Kian•
Oct 26, 2018
Insightful understanding of Bauhaus and it's philosophy and Teachers and Artworks.
By Rohan Shrestha•
Oct 23, 2018
This course gives some invaluable insight on the history of graphic design with a ton of examples, something that's often left out on many other courses.
By Roberto Macedo Alves•
Oct 22, 2018
It is fundamental to understand the history of the fields we work with. This Course explains some of the main moments from the History of Graphic Design and how it shaped what we do nowadays. The examples and assignments help us think critically about current symbols/objects/graphic elements, placing them in the correct context in the History of Graphic Design. Recommended!
By Guerin Asante•
Oct 19, 2018
Thank you for this wonderful course. It really makes you think on a deeper level about design, not only how it was created, but why.
By Brenda Daniela Vazquez Siller•
Oct 18, 2018