Graphic Design News
June 19: 7:00–9:00 PM
SF Design Week Silicon Valley Night
Works, 265 S Market St, San José
Open to public, free admission
Seventeen SJSU advanced graphic design students developed 5 dramatic rebrand concepts for public transportation in Silicon Valley. See the design process through to comple and detailed proposals of these renamed and reimagined systems. This exhibition is presented as part of SF Design Week in collaboration with AIGA SF, the professional organization for design.
Design in Transit designers are Kendra Biggs, Brandon Boswell, Jordan Brady, Glenn Cardenas, Hoyin Chan, Kayla Clarot, Maya Ealey, Cindy Fu, Stefanie Galvan, Donghoh Han, Jonathan Heath, Michael Mirchandani, Tommy Pham, Rachel Poage, Kelsey Sutherland, Eloisa Tan, and Marya Yama.
AIGA Enrichment Scholarship 2014 Awards
Our BFA Graphic Design student Kristina Le is awarded the AIGA Enrichment Scholarship 2014 Awards. You can see her work at www.kristinale.com.
April 25–May 6
DsGN 197 Senior Show
April 16: 6:00–7:30PM
Design Lecture: Boris Kochan, CEO of Kochan & Partner
Open to public, free admission
Design and Identity: The Different Faces of Type
Boris Kochan’s branding agency KOCHAN & PARTNER is engaged in many fields of typography. Amongst others KOCHAN & PARTNER founded the Munich Typoday and exhibits the TDC-Show in their venues annually since 2004. Boris Kochan himself is founder and CEO of the agency, president of the Typographic Society Munich (tgm) and board member of the German Liaison Committee of the TDC.
April 8: 5–6pm
Design Lecture: Ash Huang, designer at Pinterest
Ash Huang is a designer at Pinterest, and is formerly of Twitter, Code and Theory, and Carnegie Mellon’s School of Design. In this evening’s presentation, Huang will weave a tale of expectations, recession, reading under the covers, and getting roasted by art directors. Come for the stories, she says, and stay for the gifs.
Unfold: The BFA Experience
DsGD 120 Exhibition Design (part 3)
The Bachelor of Fine Arts Graphic Design program is a challenging yet rewarding experience
that not many people are aware of or fully comprehend. This exhibition is meant to
help highlight the unfolding of our ups and downs of survival through the semesters
of the program. Learn and see how the BFA has helped us progress and grow over time.
Come take a look into how our story is unfolding.
Design is _________.
Reflections on design from nine BFA Graphic Design students
DsGD 120 Exhibition Design (part 2)
This exhibition seeks to highlight the diversity of SJSU’s BFA Graphic Design program while reflecting on the personal struggles and successes of individual students. The variety of different mediums offers unique perspectives on what design can be, allowing viewers the opportunity to connect with the design process and engage with pieces from new perspectives.
Insight: 9 Designers, 9 Processes
DsGD 120 Exhibition Design (part 1)
This exhibition is a chance to look inside the minds of 9 graphic design students at San José State University. Learn how we move through the process of making a design, and the designs evolve even after leaving our control. We all approach the process in a similar way, but it is our personal quirks that allow our creative minds to make it real.
Although the creative process has potential to be a rough one, it is important for people to see what is happening in our minds, because in that moment when you finish something that you love, it becomes magic.
And that's something people can relate to.
BFA Graphic Design Class of 2013 Thesis Presentations & Senior Portfolio Show
The event will be showcasing student work from a variety of disciplines, which include
user experience, print, motion graphics, typeface, exhibition, and identity design.
Please visit sjsugd2013.com for more info.
AIGA Enrichment Scholarship 2013 Awards
Our BFA Graphic Design student Yvonne Ko is awarded the AIGA Enrichment Scholarship 2013 Awards. You can see her work at www.yvonneko.com