AGD-Level-3

Advance Graphic & Design
Course Content-48.5620099

Students will continue to explore in an increasingly independent manner, the principles of design and layout procedures relating to the field of graphic design. Content will cover electronic systems and software programs used in graphic design, page composition, image conversion, and digital printing. Knowledge and skills in digital design and imaging will be enhanced through experiences that simulate the graphic design industry and school-based and work-based learning opportunities. This is the final course in the Graphic Design pathway.

May

Unit 9 >
< Week of 05/04-08/2020 >
Unit Title:
Advertising for Business

Goal: To understand the functions and types of advertising.

Description: In this presentation, students will discover the innovative and complex field of advertising. Students will identify the various aspects of the advertising industry such as the methods and mediums used for advertising, the different forms of advertising, the process for calculating media costs and the importance of marketing and segmentation. Students will also will become familiar with the language commonly used in advertising and ultimately prepare an individual advertising plan.

Objectives

  1. To learn how to plan a product and/or service mix.
  2. To learn to analyze product-liability risks.
  3. To describe factors used by marketers to position products and/or businesses.
  4. To select materials, products and/or services to purchase.

April

Unit 8 >
< Week of 04/20-24/2020 >
Unit Title:
Product Service Management

Goal: To illustrate the complex process of product service management and provide skills for planning a product. 

Description: Understanding the process of product service management is important in today’s business system. This presentation provides the skills needed to plan a product service mix and analyze product-liability risks.  

Objectives

  1. To learn how to plan a product and/or service mix.
  2. To learn to analyze product-liability risks.
  3. To describe factors used by marketers to position products and/or businesses.
  4. To select materials, products and/or services to purchase.

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