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SarahJane Hayward
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SarahJane Hayward
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Communication Design
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COMD3701 Design Studio, SP24

COMD3701 Design Studio, SP24

Working independently, each student researches, conceptualizes, and develops an in-depth project across media channels, which uses design thinking to address a contemporary issue. ** Any faculty member teaching this course may clone and adapt the course. **

COMD3501 Identity Design, Spring 24

COMD3501 Identity Design, Spring 24

An exploration of the role of professional designers in creating a consistent image and voice for a company or institution through an identity system which addresses all aspects of its visual public presence. Students are challenged to create a comprehensive, multi-channel presentation showcasing all aspects of an identity system. 2 cl hrs, 2 lab hrs, 3cr Prerequisites: COMD 2400

COMD3504 COMD Theory FA2023

COMD3504 COMD Theory FA2023

An in-depth introduction to communication design theory, this course examines theoretical perspectives of design practice within the larger discourse of design and visual culture. Communication models, the nature of representation, the dimensions of context, and semiotics are explored through critical readings in key documents from the early decades of the twentieth century to the present.

COMD3601 Information Design, F2023

COMD3601 Information Design, F2023

Theory and practice of designing with information. Topics include graphs, charts, pie-charts and diagrams. Through advanced assignments related to information graphics, exhibition design and wayfinding systems, students will synthesize and design complex data sets. Preparation of final work using current design software applications.

COMD3505 Special Topics in GD, Fall 2023

COMD3505 Special Topics in GD, Fall 2023

This skills course offers rotating topics in the graphic design field. Topics may include signage and way-finding systems, exhibition design, lettering, experimental typography, and others. Students can take this course more than once (and up to 2 times) with a different topic. 2 hr. lecture, 2 lab hrs, 3 cr Prerequisites COMD 2400 or department permission FALL 23 Topic: Experimental Typography and Lettering

My Projects

Many Voices | Decoding Stereotype

Many Voices | Decoding Stereotype

MANY VOICES: An open access journal of writing and research authored by and for emerging designers. The goal of this journal is to provide an open platform for emerging designers to publish their writing and research, strengthen their sense of belonging in the design fields, elevate emerging voices, and bring diverse perspectives into the study of communication design history, practice, and theory. DECODING STEREOTYPE – VOLUME 1 The work to be included in this volume will address the use of stereotype in adverting media. The writers have decoded ethnic, religious, racial, gender, or other stereotypes, identified how they are used to sell a product, and demonstrated how the media industry has reinforced (or challenged) societal biases of the time. SUMBIT YOUR WORK If you’re a design student, please submit your written work for review.

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