The student will be able to discern visual expressions and graphic design as well as give an in-depth account of different visual expressions in a historical and cultural context. The student will be able to review and reflect on visual communication, graphic design and their roles in everyday life, Write reflections on graphic design from historical, contemporary and global perspectives, and design visual solutions with graphic design and typography from a historical, cultural and global context.
For one assignment, last term's students were asked to choose a graphic design period, a movement, or a particular designer that inspired them, and to interpret that style by analyzing its parts, drawing conclusions and using imaginativeness. Ellen Eriksson chose the colorful, handmade and friendly style of Willem Sandberg, while Arvid Brodén created an analogue rendering of William Morris’s popular art and crafts patterns. David Sandberg constructed a street filled with zany houses to explain the eclectic style of the Memphis Group and Julia Brandt made a novel interpretation of a champagne poster, using turn of the century Paris for a modern commentary.
Distance – study where you are
Perhaps you would like to study in the Swedish mountains, in a big city, or at home close to family? Many of our programmes and courses are offered in distance format.
Studying at a distance can be done in different ways, either entirely without physical gatherings or with only a few gatherings on campus or at one of our learning centres. The common denominator is that a large part of your studies takes place online. You communicate with the teacher and other students with the help of a learning platform with discussion forums, group work, recorded lectures and online meetings.
The benefit of distance studies is the flexibility, something that is valuable if you want to be free to decide when and where you want to study. Some compulsory elements on you course or programme may take place during office hours, even though they are online.
Build your own degree
Did you know that you can combine single-subject courses to build your own degree? In this way, you can design your own degree based on your interests and the career you are aiming for. This does not apply to all courses so make sure to check with a study counsellor at the faculty. Learn more about how you can build your own degree and become unique on the labour market.