Under the ‘goodZIN’ project, students create ZIN, which is a unique small-format low-circulation magazine. Students independently publish the ZIN magazine participating in its development from the conception to the layout.
Development of students’ creative abilities.
Development of print design skills.
Working with modern print formats.
Development of interest in professional activity among first-year students.
Creative search, text development, creation of a layout, graphical and font solutions; presentation of the edition.
Creative thinking development.
Creation of a portfolio.Acquisition of the experience of comprehensive work in printed edition publishing.