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Student
Title
Supervisor
Faculty
Educational Programme
Final Grade
Year of Graduation
Svetlana Sergeeva
Short Lessons of Basic Principles of Design
Design
(Bachelor’s programme)
9
2018
This work accompanies the final qualifying work on the creation of the author's course by the teacher and artist Arseniy Sergeev, devoted to the study of the basic techniques of graphics. The course is designed for an audience that has never been engaged in drawing and has no experience of teaching in an art school or higher education institution in this specialty. It is understood that the interactivity of its components, easy and accessible language of narration and modern approach make it interesting for both children and adults.

Thus, this visual investigation is, on the one hand, an auxiliary study of the content of books created up to the present time by artists and masters of design; on the other hand, serves as a qualitative review of literature on the subject of receptions and will be useful to students interested in this topic. One of the criteria of the study - "the relevance of knowledge" shows how modern problems of design and art are revealed in this book, and therefore how useful it will be to the reader. As an author, I want to add that the evaluation of books has a considerable share of subjectivity: a look at these books is refracted by the prism of student perception; books were evaluated primarily in terms of accessibility of information within the training course.

It is also worth mentioning the name of the work. Many books collected in this study are not textbooks in the usual sense. However, they explain to the reader the subtleties of visual perception and the art of using graphic elements. In this paper, 10 books are analyzed, each of which is one of the most significant books on its subject. According to the titles of books, visual research includes 10 sections, the organization of which is arranged in order of complicating the information contained in this book, as well as in the evolution of information and its goals.

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