Last Spring when San Francisco issued shelter-in-place orders in response to the COVID-19 pandemic, it wasn’t just classes that went online at USF, but internships as well. Students enrolled in the
Like all students, those in the Design Activism Community Engaged Learning class had their semester interrupted by the COVID-19 global pandemic. While sheltered in place and learning remotely, students
Part-time Design Faculty member, Sabiha Basrai, recently presented Designs on Democracy: The Roles and Responsibilities of Graphic Designers in the Trump Era at the San Francisco Public Library's Koret
USF Design Majors and Graphics Center members Dana Capistrano and Sarah Hamilton recently got to participate in an Adobe Creative Jam at Adobe HQ in San Francisco!
For this Creative Jam each team,
Students in the Design Activism Service Learning class don't just make work for the classroom, all of their assignments are ones that end up out in the real world. Throughout the semester students
The Fall 2018 semester got up and running so quickly this year, we hardly had time to talk about it. We're excited about many things this semester including our new part-time faculty member Nico van
The USF Chapter of AIGA created a space on campus for students passionate about design by hosting a variety of events to promote professional development, community building, and artistic growth.
SOMArts Gallery filled with family, friends, and faculty as the graduating Design seniors glowed with pride at seeing their final thesis projects. Students celebrated on the eve of their graduation at
When Design students graduate from USF, they might leave campus, but they don't leave our community. Recently two groups of alums came back to campus to visit with students in current classes. They
Senior Design student Allison Arriola came to USF to play on the girls' Soccer Team and pursue her passion for graphic design. Here she talks about balancing her packed training schedule, intensive