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Welcome to your graphic design course blog. This is where we’ll keep the conversation going beyond our time together at Newhouse and where you can find all pertinent course materials. I post class information here—including assignments—as well as tips, inspirations,… Continue Reading


Insight from a Professional: Doug Bartow

In class, we were able to get great insight from experienced graphic designer, Doug Bartow thanks to innovative technologies like Google Hangout. Seeing design studios and listening to actual designers’ advice never ceases to amaze me. His work environment seemed… Continue Reading



Objectified is quite thought provoking. It unveils the world of industrial design, which essentially is the creation of everyday products for functional use. The documentary followed the design processes and made some interesting points about some everyday products you normally… Continue Reading


Taking things for granted

While watching “Objectified,” the first thing that came to my mind was “Unwrapped.” Unwrapped is a television show that displays how different candy/snacks/beverages are made. Of course, my mind automatically went to food. From “Objectified” I drew connections to another… Continue Reading


Two Big Lessons From Glaser

After watching “To Inform and Delight” I learned a lot not just about Milton Glaser, but about graphics designers and graphics design in general.   I learned a lot about the technical aspects of graphics design and the types of… Continue Reading