Editorial graphics course prepares students to perform design tasks in the field of editorial graphics. Students who enrol in this course should have basic knowledge of graphic design and typography. The course consists of practical classes and lectures, and provides the knowledge of graphic material organization methodology (publication grid), structuring a visual message according to the hierarchy of importance, and selection of means and technology on the basis of an analysis of recipient’s needs. Practical tasks include exercises in editorial design of varying difficulty, eg. graphic layout of a chosen publication, a comprehensive set of promotional materials, book design and setting etc. Work in class has an individual character. The syllabus is implemented in the form of design tasks, workshops and lectures. Design tasks are assigned as homework and corrected in class. The performance of the task is guided by teachers and discussed at weekly correction sessions, devoted to analysing students’ work and discussing the possible solutions to encountered problems. Students have influence over the choice of the tasks assigned to them. Some tasks have the form of design problems that can be solved on the basis of individually selected content.