Learn the global language of graphic design; the visualization, creation and communication of dynamic concepts that can be applied across all media platforms. Our graphic design students turn knowledge and imagination into ideas, insights and objects. They create logos, typography, posters, publication design, motion graphics, web design, retail branding, typefaces and so much more.
Students learn to solve problems, art direct, manage projects and people. They create business strategies, learn the art of presentation and collaborate with all types of creatives including: content strategists, writers, programmers, engineers, illustrators and photographers. This new design approach recognizes the great power of design and the impact of every design choice on the natural and cultural resources of the local, regional and global environments. Apply now!
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Hank Richardson is an avid teacher and inspiring leader in design education. He frequently speaks at universities, conferences, workshops, and seminars around the country.Hank has contributed to many books, including The Education of a Graphic Designer, by Steve Heller; Design for Communication: Conceptual Graphic Design Basics, by Elizabeth Resnick; Hey Whipple, Squeeze This: A Guide to Creating Great Ads, 2nd Edition, by Luke Sullivan; & Graphis, New Talent Commentary, Education for the Real World. His articles and speeches appear frequently in publications such as Step In Design and HOW magazines.