We would like to invite you to the 3rd Virtual Design Education forum on the 11th and the 12th of … More
“I want to show the students that there’s not just one way to deal with Typography, that they can all find their own way.”
Dan Wong is Professor of Web Design in the Communication Design Department at New York City College of Technology, CUNY … More
I am a creative, an artist, a designer, and a design educator. Currently I am an Assistant Professor of Art … More
Design Education Talks Ep. 23 – Volodymyr Stasenko Volodymyr Stasenko PhD, Professor, Head of Department of Graphic design and art … More
Christer is a Swedish design sprint and workshop facilitator with over 20 years of experience from the creative industry. Christer … More
Credits cannot help you in real life, your portfolio can.
One of the big issues we always have now in design courses is have you built in enough risk into the projects? have you built in the fact that if a project fails, there is a very valid learning experience within that failure? have you built that in? Or is it the case that you don’t get the credits, the weighting, etc, etc.
I design and do art and everything from the body, from how I feel, not from using my head. If I use my head I get awfully confused, because I’m so dyslexic, once I sort of try to use the brain, I know I’ve lost it. The energy you put into the work comes back. The energy comes from the body and the heart not the head.