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Category Archives: Graduate School
BIG stack of proofing papers that is the Graphic Design Thinking Book! So exciting. Set to release this May, keep an eye out. Advertisements
My two years at MICA is quickly coming to an end. My thesis will go up at the end of this month. Lots of work has happened in the past year, some recent work from is below. My thesis is … Continue reading
My Key Portraits thesis is featured on design.org. Take a peek…
The GD MFA program just finished our visiting artist workshop with Keetra Dean Dixon. She was inspiring, sweet and passionate about teaching us how to misuse and abuse materials in 3 days. We were taken through different stages of material … Continue reading
MICA took home the grand prize and my team got honorable mention in the 24hour Visualizing.org dataviz marathon! SO PROUD!!
I’ve been taking a class titled Interactive Media and Publishing. The goal is to create own wordpress theme by the end of the semester. For someone who barely knew how to bold text in HTML code, I have to say, … Continue reading
This time last week I was in the middle of the 24 hour Design Challenge held by Visualizing.org. Starting at noon on Saturday noon and ending at noon on Sunday, our challenge was to “Visualize the impact of humanity’s footprint … Continue reading
As part of our Thesis, we’re required to start a blog. I’ve set one up at akeythesis.com it’ll be used for documenting my ideas and research around the key, collaborating with my studio mates and keeping me on track.
I’ve got a little less than two weeks before the end of my summer and beginning of my Thesis year at the MICA Graphic Design MFA program. I have been especially reflective this week as it’s been a whole year … Continue reading