Answer 4 questions from our list, trying to think about any kind of theme or awareness-raising your work expresses or you want it to express. Aim to write approximately 150 per question. To submit your homework, add a post with … Read More...
Now that you have completed Project #1 and posted your work on the First Year Learning Community site (using the category 2019 Spevack & Rosen), please write a letter to me reflecting on the work and your writing process.
In … Read More...
If you were asked to participate in an interview about being a 1st year design student for a COMD publication, or for Eye on Design-AIGA, what questions would you want to be asked?
- what catches your eye when looking at
camp: (noun) 1a : something so outrageously artificial, affected, inappropriate, or out-of-date as to be considered amusing This version of the play is camp: outrageous in concept and wild in its execution with double entendres flying every which … Read More...
three important take-aways from our first commenting assignment:
- it’s great to respond to each other
- we can write more–and should get a sense of how long our text is
- we can enhance our comments using links, media, etc, and adding
After reading Emily Gosling, “Today’s Design Grads Are More Woke Than Ever—and It’s Looking Great,” respond here:
- write a comment asking a question about the text by scrolling down to the bottom of all the comments on this
Although we introduced ourselves in class briefly, and we’ll introduce ourselves more formally in Project #2, please write introduce yourself here in a comment as a way to help us get to know each other better. Aim to write 250-300
Q: What do you want to be called?
Q: how did you get here today?
Q: what’s your major?
Q: why did you pick this major?
Q: what are your hobbies?
Q: what high school did you come … Read More...