Have you tried your hands on designing something (poster, banner etc.) but it always looks so terrible and you have no idea on how to improve it?
Contrary to popular beliefs, aesthetic sense/skills are taught, not so much born. We are now living in an era of visual culture and digital age but yet many of us are still visually illiterate in this visually oriented society.
Designs & images are all around us making visual imageries more dramatically and increasingly necessary. It has massive impact and influence on our attitude, belief, value, culture, lifestyle and the way we communicate and interact with one another.
Visual Literacy is a necessary skill in the 21st century that will bestow one with the ability to see, understand and ultimately to think, create and communicate graphically.
In this preview class, Kenji will talk about the fundamental of design and why it is so important to understand it for all aspects of work.
ABOUT THE SPEAKER
Kenji Choo | Award-winning Design Educator/Mentor
Kenji graduated with a distinction in Master of Design from Curtin University of Technology, Australia after receiving professional design training from Japan in the early nineties. Accumulating 20 years of relevant job experiences as a creative practitioner, Kenji has also been passionately teaching as a design educator for the past 10 years.
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