Semester 3

AW 01 – HTML Basics

Since you will create your own website using HTML and CSS in this course, you will need to acquire your own hosting service. This part of the lesson task is mandatory […]

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AW 02 – CSS Basics

 A Nordic non-profit organisation commissions you to create a website to promote mental health awareness. This is a fictitious client […]

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AW 03 – Images and Layout with CSS

You need to create an HTML and CSS document for this lesson task. Use one root folder containing separate CSS and image folders. Find three images you can use; one will be used as a background and one as part of the content, while the third should be a simple png with a transparent background […]

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AW 05 – Building a Brand

Now it’s time to get typing. This is the start of your strategic planning and research, and you’ll use all this information in your report. To start this activity, you need to have knowledge about the course assignment (found at the bottom of the Module Overview page) and answer the questions with the specific brief in mind […]

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AW 06 – Presenting, Trademarking and Style Guide

By now, you should be in the process of vectorising your chosen logo – if you are not yet at this stage, just continue with the process and do the next part of the module assignment […]

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AW 08 – Graphic Design History: Modernist Era

Before starting with the next lessons in the days to come and deep diving into some of the highlights of the modern history of graphic design, it will be beneficial to get a broad overview of the field. Discover the power of imagery with Sean Adams in the LinkedIn Learning Course below. After completion (with some quizzes in between), you’ll receive a LinkedIn Learning Certificate. […]

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AW 09 – Graphic Design History: The Age of information

Explore social media and the Internet to find examples of conceptual illustrations that aptly describe a complex political, social or cultural idea. See if you can find examples […]

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