- Graphic Design Studio (6 Credits), and
- Scandinavian Design and Architecture: History, Theory, and Practice (3 Credits)
You will focus on visual identity, way finding, and signage. Your design skills are developed through analysis of composition and function of existing visual identities and signage design. Design problems are solved within the Danish context. You will work in digital and analog modes, advancing your communication skills and learning the opportunities and challenges of different media and user perception.
Enrollment at a professional school or department of graphic design or communication design at the junior, senior, or graduate level, and completion of a minimum of two graphic design related studios prior to arrival at DIS. Knowledge of one or more programs in the Adobe Creative Suite.
Jeanette Hendeliowitz - Architect, M.A.A. (Royal Academy of Fine Arts, Copenhagen, 1986). Bachelor in townplanning (Royal Academy of Fine Arts, Copenhagen, 1980). Own design office since 2008. Design work includes interior design, exhibition design, graphic design as well as furniture design. Employment among others at Peter Marino Architects, New York 1991-93), Bysted Design, Copenhagen 1993-1996), Site Architects, New York 1996-97), Mancini Duffy Architects, New York 1997-98), Vilhelm Lauritzen’s Office, Copenhagen, 1998-2008). With DIS from 2012.
Elias Werner - Type and graphic designer, Architect, Cand. Arch. (Royal Academy of Fine Arts, 2006). Worked at Kontrapunkt 2006-2009. Own design studio since 2009. Lecturer at the Royal Academy of Fine Arts, School of Design, since 2011. With DIS since 2012.