İletinin Görsel Tasarımlara Dönüştürülmesinde Göstergebilimsel Düşünme Süreçleri Ve Cso İçin Afiş Uygulamaları
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Semiotics is a scientific area which provides distinct points of views in the fields which it is applied, primarily literature, and its methods are helpful for the identification of problems related to the graphic/visual design as well as for design development processes. Message interpretation patterns vary according to their locations and cultural specifications. Graphic design deals with the visualization of intended messages and their communication to the targeted audience, as well as with the design of this communication process. In this respect, it is a visual communication field, which is highly modern and will undoubtedly gain more importance in the years to come. The present thesis discusses how messages/meanings are produced by means of their articulation or analysis with the signifiers reflecting them and the patterns through which they are communicated to the targeted audience: the challenges related to them and how they can be solved, and what are present and possible qualified signifier development principles and processes. The first chapter of the study deals with the definitions within the framework of semiotic thinking processes and applications that are being observed for the transformation of message into visual designs discusses the significance of the topic, and its historical development process. In the second chapter, the processes of transforming the message into visual designs within the framework of graphic design are studied. The third chapter involves semiotic thinking processes while the fourth chapter has some case studies with a semiotic approach. In the fifth chapter, which involves an applied study on the posters for introducing the activities of the Presidential Symphony Orchestra, which includes the design of posters, design processes and their explanations.