ART111 Design Thinking

Addresses what graphic design is and examines the many ways in which design can engage audiences. Explores the language and media of graphic design, considering its conceptual and practical methodologies in order to generate an understanding of the ways which design can be framed, made, and used. Fosters a more nuanced conception of the larger discourse of graphic design.

Currently taught by:   Meredith James  

Student Work Examples


Design Thinking Zine, Maurcio Diaz-Ayala Wicked Problems Maps, Dan Cole and Franky Martin Design Thinking Zine, Levi Larson Process Binder, Matthieu Carver Design Thinking Process, Reid Stubblefield