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Graphic Design at U of M

 

 

The graphic design program educates students in design methods, theory, creative problem solving utilized in the industry today. Students will learn how humans communicate, perceive, interpret, and understand visual information.

As one of the most comprehensive design colleges in the country, the College of Design will be the recognized leader in advancing transformative thinking and practice, and reinventing our disciplines and professions for a new century.

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UPCOMING EVENTS

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LATEST D@MN - GDES

December 10, 2014
Karen Kaler asked Daniel Jasper's Text and Image class to design a holiday greeting card from the Office of the President....
November 19, 2014
Students Ron Ott's graphic design class Design and its Discontents recorded everything they consumed for thirty days, blogged abou...
September 10, 2014
If you're waiting for a ride from the Gopher Chauffeur this fall, keep an eye out for their new maroon and gold exterior designed ...

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  • Kaia Menge-Blitz brand system
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  • Kelsey Lampman-AnnaMaes brand system
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ADVISORY BOARD

Heather Olson
heather.s.olson@gmail.com
 
Barbara Redmond
barbara@awomansparis.com

Byrne, Emmet
emmet.byrne@walkerart.org
Walker Art Center, Design Director