by Ashley Cook
I take a behind-the-scenes look at a few of the ideas, conversations and reflective connections between many of my projects from the 2020-2021 school year.
by Ashley Cook
By Isabel Bo-Linn
I write everything down. I write in my planner, in note apps, on post-its, and spare envelopes.
by Ashley Anderson & Randa Hadi
Our visual essay responds to the question, “what are some forgotten things?” We ask this general question of ourselves (and each other) as a way to uncover ideas and themes hidden just below the surface.
by Carl Broaddus
Idea autopsies began as a means to evaluate design solutions to real-world concerns, intended to evaluate flaws in the idea’s conception and execution to keep ideas moving towards solutions.
by Lauren Burnham & Emily McGalliard
Over the spring semester, we investigated issues that arise when designing for physical or digital social interactions within communities.
by Phil Oweida
What lies beneath the surface in design? In a word, everything. As designers, we embrace process; we understand that process is not just the means of arriving at an end, but that it is an end.
by Shadrick Addy & Victoria Gerson
As graphic design practices gradually shift beyond traditional boundaries toward inclusive user-centered and user experience research methods, awareness of the ethical implications of our profession has become a necessity and responsibility of design practitioners and educators.
by Ellis Anderson
In 2016, when I first applied to be part of the Masters of Graphic Design program at NC State University, I met with the Director of Graduate Programs, Denise Gonzales Crisp.
by Hannah Faub
The focus of the studio class this semester was different kinds of machine learning.
by Randa Hadi
Note-taking is a magical handheld time capsule—it captures moments in time through text or drawing, which people treasure because of how personal it is to them and sometimes something they can only understand.