Category Archives: Communication Design

The semester’s first assignments

How do you teach remotely a curriculum grounded in creativity? Creatively. The high level of teaching and engagement in the School of Art and Design shows how quality instruction can take place under unusual circumstances. First assignments are often what … Continue reading

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Opportunities in the Rebranding of America

There’s a wave of rebranding taking place across the country in the wake of Black Lives Matter protests, and a realization that Black dollars matter as well. For many major brands, it has been a long time coming. “The names … Continue reading

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A book fair for devotees of art and design

Last weekend’s Designers and Books Fair brought a capacity crowd of students, faculty, and a great many other design devotees for book browsing and presentations.  It was a star-studded Art and Design School affair. The Who’s Who and the Who‐Will be … Continue reading

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Amanda-Mail

Delayed gratification may be coming back in style. Graphic design grad Amanda Camodeo, ’12, is putting an artistic emphasis on writing cards and letters — those that get delivered to your mailbox rather than your inbox. “I’m a big fan … Continue reading

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