Editorial Design .
Master - São Paulo.
Start date : March 2017
Duration : 400 hours
Attendance : full-time
Language : Portuguese
IED São Paulo’s Master Programme of Editorial Design prepares students to work in the competitive editorial market of magazines and communication vehicles of critical importance in the opinion making and construction of life style. With a practical and conceptual focus, this specialization encourages the development of real projects of publications with excellence criteria, enabling students to make direct contact and exchange experiences with professionals of reference in their fields.
This course is aligned with the “knowledge & know-how” approach, which has characterized the IED since its foundation in Milan, in 1966. Competence, good judgment, and creativity are some of the aspects encouraged in the IED São Paulo’s Master Programme of Editorial Design, which covers themes such as Editorial Planning, Conceptual Design, and the Brazilian Editorial Market.
The Professional .
The professional graduated from IED São Paulo’s Master Programme of Editorial Design can work as an Art Director and Manager in publishing houses and in the graphic and editorial areas of companies and institutions. This professional must be qualified to present creative solutions aligned with the editorial project of communication vehicles.
Fields of Study .
Culture: Market Analysis, Semiotic Studies.
Techniques and Technology: Interpersonal Relationships, Editorial Planning, Editorial Design, Photography, Spatiality.
Projects: Behavior and Life Style Magazine, Fashion Magazine, Architecture and Art Magazine, Children’s Book, and Newspaper.
Hours: 400 hours.
IED: The enormous heritage of international creative ideas, words and deeds is a worldwide acknowledged IED value, demonstrating that respect for cultural diverity and multidisciplinarity and the resulting ‘culture of jointness’ approach to education are an unquestionable key to success.
IED teaching methods require that all the schools:
• forge strong bonds with the local production and operation systems in their regions;
• interface with their benchmark sectors;
• evolve depending on the growth standards of their underlying markets and professional situations.