Senior Design major Ema Matsumura has been able to apply the skills she gained in her Design classes to her intern position at the USF Cultural Centers, where she creates visuals for the Intercultural Center and Gender and Sexuality Center.… Continue Reading
Each year our Design students take what they’ve learned in the classroom and gain additional experience in the real world through internships. This semester 15 students are busy interning at non-profits, businesses, start-ups, foundations, and design firms around San Francisco.
For the 2018 Women’s March Professor Sandra Kelch collaborated with fellow artists and designers to send an impactful visual message to marchers. She shares with us photos from the March and reflects on the development and importance of visuals she designed.
Design Professors Liat Berdugo and Rachel Beth Egenhoefer are both headed to Los Angeles for the College Arts Association (CAA) Annual Conference. CAA is one of the largest conferences for higher education in the visual arts in the country. Academic… Continue Reading
Creative curriculum, small class sizes, the social justice mission in a liberal arts setting… there’s so much to love about USF’s Design Program. Here’s a glimpse at what our students and faculty love about Design at USF.
Alumni Samara Miu, class of ‘14, reflects back on her time in the Design program and how it served as the perfect fit to combine her passions for design and social justice
There’s a lot happening this Spring in the Design Program. We welcome new part-time faculty members, are excited about new courses, and new opportunities for our design students.
Professor Noopur Agarwal is USF Design‘s newest full-time faculty member. She brings a wealth of knowledge and advice to the program and has already taught a range of classes including Vis Com 1, Vis Com 2, Typography, and Digital Literacy. She… Continue Reading
As Professor Liat Berdugo’s favorite song played through her earbuds, she intently watched other listeners use their own headphones with a bingo card in hand. The Bingo card listed particular interactions listeners do with their headphones, exhibiting how society’s… Continue Reading
The USF Design Program welcomed professors Adrien Segal and Scott Kildall to co-teach the Information Visualization course for the Fall 2017 semester. We asked them three questions to introduce themselves and welcome them to the Design program!