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Perception / Visual Fundamentals Graphic Design Curriculum Project Title: Point | Line | Plane Composition Studies Process: Exploration, Perception Sophomore Design Systems 14 Weeks Gregory Droggits


Perception / Image Meaning Graphic Design Curriculum Project Title: Image Composition Studies Process: Exploration, Perception Sophomore Design Systems 14 Weeks Stephanie Kim Image Image Image Image Image

Combinations and Letterform and Word and Text Pattern


Perception / Image Meaning Graphic Design Curriculum Project Title: Image Composition Studies Process: Exploration, Perception Sophomore Design Systems 14 Weeks Ah Youn Do Image Image Image Image

Combinations and Text and Word Pattern


Collaboration / Visualizing Data Graphic Design Curriculum Project Title: Broad Street Map Notations Project Process: Collaborative Research Visualizing Data, Research, Analysis, Response Sophomore Design Systems Studio 3 Weeks Project Groups: Street Sidewalk Facade Building


Perception / Image / Meaning / Manipulation Graphic Design Curriculum Project Title: Identity Flip Book Process: Research, Analysis, Manipulation, Response Junior Communications Studio 5 Weeks A Ra Choi


Directed Communication Graphic Design Curriculum Project Title: Identity Theft Poster Series Process: Social Issues Research, Analysis, Response Junior Communications Studio 5 Weeks A RA Cho


Directed Communication Graphic Design Curriculum Project Title: Voice Poster Series Process: Social Issues Research, Analysis, Response Junior Communications Studio 5 Weeks Kiana Yancy


Co-creation / Authorship Graphic Design Curriculum Project Title: Where is This Media Campaign Process: Social Issues Concept Development Co-creation Research, Analysis, Response Junior Communications Studio 11 Weeks Julie Bierschenk


Media Research / Analysis Graphic Design Curriculum Project Title: McDonald’s Visual Timeline Process: Media Research Concept Development, Analysis, Response Junior Communications Studio 6 Weeks Group: Molly Murphy James Kelly Janine Andrews Bryant Myers Group Topic: McDonald’s Collaborative Issue Research

Group: Visualizing McDonald’s Race in Advertising

History Corp. Logos

Product Placement

Car Culture Design


Media Research / Analysis Graphic Design Curriculum Project Title: Media and Ray Ban Process: Collaborative Group Concept Development Research, Analysis, Response Junior Communications Studio 5 Weeks Molly Murphy Group Topic: Mc Donald’s Collaborative Issue Research

Group: Visualizing McDonald’s Race in Advertising

History Corp. Logos

Product Placement Ray Ban

Car Culture Design


Media Research / Analysis Graphic Design Curriculum Project Title: Automobile Design in the Atomic Age Process: Media Research Concept Development, Analysis, Response Junior Communications Studio 5 Weeks James Kelly Group Topic: McDonald’s Collaborative Issue Research

Group: Visualizing McDonald’s Race in Advertising

History Corp. Logos

Product Placement

Car Culture Design Auto/Atomic Age


Media Research / Analysis Graphic Design Curriculum Project Title: Collaborative Issues Research Concept Development Process: Social Issues Research, Analysis, Response Junior Communications Studio 6 Weeks Hanna Fernandez A RA Cho Chee Ho Yoon Group Topic: Social Networking Collaborative Issue Research

Group: Social Networking Net Language

Net Censorship


Media Research / Analysis Graphic Design Curriculum Project Title: Design in Film and Television Process: Media Research Concept Development, Analysis, Response Junior Communications Studio 6 Weeks Group: Paul Waters Lesley Johnson Kiana Yancy Group Topic: Film and Television Design Collaborative Issue Research

Group: Film&TV Design Title Influences

Title Design

W. Anderson Films


Media Research / Analysis Graphic Design Curriculum Project Title: Deconstructing Film Title Sequence Design Process: Media Research Concept Development, Analysis, Response Junior Communications Studio 6 Weeks Lesley Johnson

Group Topic: Film and Television Design Collaborative Issue Research

Group: Film&TV Design Title Influences Deconstructing

Title Design

W. Anderson Films


Social Issue / Analysis Graphic Design Curriculum Project Title: Fantasy Violence Video PSA Process: Social Issues Concept Development Research, Analysis, Response Junior Communications Studio 5 Weeks

Caitlin Walsh Group Topic: Violence in America Collaborative Issue Research

Group: Violence in America Fantasy Violence Draw the Line

Violence/Economy


Social Issue / Analysis Graphic Design Curriculum Project Title: A Time to Kill Website Timeline Process: Social Issues Concept Development Research, Analysis, Response Junior Communications Studio 5 Weeks Natalia Vieyra Group Topic: Violence in America Collaborative Issue Research

Group: Violence in America Fantasy Violence

Violence/Economy A Time to Kill


Co-creation / Networking Graphic Design Curriculum Project Title: Collage Wall HTML5 Web Interface Process: Co-creation Collaborative Networking Senior Problem Solving Studio 14 Weeks Michael Perrotti


Research / Narrative / Analysis Graphic Design Curriculum Project Title: The Disordered Brain HTML5 Web Interface Process: Visualizing Data Concept Development, Analysis, Response Senior Problem Solving Studio 14 Weeks Erica Peterson


Conceptualization / Visual Systems Graphic Design Curriculum Project Title: Queue The List Channel Cable Channel Identity Process: Research, Concept Development, Analysis, Response Senior Problem Solving Studio 14 Weeks Ryan Penn Interactive Cable Channel


Conceptualization / Visual Systems Graphic Design Curriculum Project Title: Talk 411 The Talk Channel Cable Channel Identity Process: Research, Concept Development, Analysis, Response Senior Problem Solving Studio 14 Weeks Heather Bartel Interactive Cable Channel


Collaboration / Social Networking Graphic Design Curriculum Project Title: Community Networks Process: Collaborative Group Concept Development Research, Analysis, Response Junior Workshop Hugh Dubberly 1 Week


Collaboration / Human Factors Graphic Design Curriculum Project Title: Social Networks Process: Collaborative Group Concept Development Research, Analysis, Response Junior Workshop Jodi Forlizzi 1 Weeks


Collaboration / Conceptualization / Client Brief Graphic Design Curriculum Project Title: Campaignapult Newspaper Honor Box Process: Collaborative Group Concept Development Client Generated Brief Junior Communications Studio Typographic Systems Studio 4 Weeks Group Proposal: Concept Development Prototype Presentation


Advocacy/ Gun Control Graphic Design Curriculum Project Title: Take Aim Campaign Process: Research, Analysis, Response Junior Communication Studio Group Project 1 Week

Collaborators Erica Peterson, Tina Muhkerjee Melissa Smith Created to allow both law makers and citizens to view non-partisan facts. Visualizes information about the vernacular of the gun control debate, the effectiveness of the current laws and gun violence statistics and concludes by proposing visual solutions, applications and media tools to better inform the public of the true nature of the problem. The website acts as a hub for printed and video material and interactive map. The mobile UI allows users to report lost or stolen firearms, as well as providing access to stolen firearm reports and data.

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Advocacy/ Gun Control Graphic Design Curriculum Project Title: React/ Gun Control Advocacy Series Process: Research, Analysis, Response Junior Communication Studio 10 Weeks


Workshop/ Health Care Access Graphic Design Curriculum Project Title: Philadelphia Healthcare Access

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Narrative/ Film Titles Graphic Design Curriculum Project Title: Black Swan/ Film Titles Process: Research, Analysis, Response Junior Typographic Systems 10 Weeks


Interactive/Interface Graphic Design Curriculum Project Title: Wait/ Interface Process: Research, Analysis, Response Senior Problem Solving 15 Weeks


“When Nothing Became Everything” Interface/ Graphic Design Curriculum Project Title: When Nothing Became Everything Process: Research, Analysis, Response Senior Studio Degree Project This interface sets out to prove that John Cage’s seminal 4’33” is one of the greatest works of art ever made. Completely passive and silent, it cleverly forces the audience to confront what art is about. It gives the viewer the ability to create completely random compositions just by clicking on the screen. The compositions are drawn from over 150 researched and written visual and verbal pieces that relate to 4’33”. This piece is at once artful and educational.


Connectome Interface/ project exampleproject Graphic Design Curriculum Project Title: I am my Connectome

Process: Research, Analysis, Response Senior Studio Degree Project A commentary on nature v. nurture, “I Am My Connectome” posits that neural brain pathways are developed through experience, not strictly through genetic predetermination. This interface actively takes the viewer through changes that occur through life’s cycle using engaging, interactive graphic interpretations of scientific theorems.


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