The isdaT graphic design option presents a course that highlights experimental and critical attitudes, associating paper, screen, typography, and public space through the broader notion of contextual design.
This conception intersects with the inevitable consideration of the contemporary social context and questions the field of application of graphic design and its margins.
The course focuses on the acquisition of fundamental skills in the fields of publishing, image and design, typography, lettering, signage, web design, and programming languages. Through experimentation with various media and supports, the classes broach issues of meaning, project methodology, function, production, and dissemination. These specialised lessons are enhanced by theoretical classes (general culture, philosophy, cinema, live performance, art history, and design) and language classes, necessary for training designers who are open to the world.