Students will utilize intermediate to advanced typographic principles to solve design problems, employing appropriate production methods. Projects will include the use of expressive typography to communicate meaning building on principles learned in Type 1. Challenging projects will include traditional and deconstructive type techniques to appeal to a variety of target audiences.
Sean is a professor, passionate designer and obsessive typophile who teaches a wide range of classes at San Diego City College. He also helps direct and manage the graphic design program and its administrative responsibilities. His courses have included portfolio, advanced typography, portfolio building, and basic graphic design. He brings his wealth of experiences and insight to help produce many of the award winning portfolios from City. He has worked for The Daily Aztec, Jonathan Segal Architecture, Parallax Visual Communication and Silent Partner. He attended San Diego City College, San Diego State and completed his masters at Savannah College of Art and Design.