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3D Design Undergraduate Program | Kent State University

3D Design & Packaging: Packaging Project by Catherine Zedell
3D Design and Packaging  - Students in the B.A. and B.F.A. undergraduate graphic design programs in the School of Visual Communication Design at Kent State University focus on 2D and 3D graphic design, illustration, interaction design or photo-illustration.
3D Design and Packaging - Students in the B.A. and B.F.A. undergraduate graphic design programs in the School of Visual Communication Design at Kent State University focus on 2D and 3D graphic design, illustration, interaction design or photo-illustration.

3D Design

3D designers address issues of packaging and retail environments, signage and environmental branding, environmental graphic design, exhibition design and wayfinding. Bachelor of Arts in 3D Design degrees and a Bachelor of Fine Arts in 3D Design degrees are available.

Coursework and projects require undergraduate students to consider the effect of height, width and depth of a form, the use of typography and visual images, photography and illustrations in the structure of information for communication on 3D surfaces such as direct mail, product packaging and point of purchase displays. Students learn about graphic design in collaborative professional settings, such as architecture and interior design projects.

3D Design Students at Work

These bachelor’s degrees support students as they develop their creative design skills and apply them to the 3D design world. Students majoring in 3D design are prepared for the following careers: television graphics, package design, design research, wayfinding, and more

View examples of student work in 3D design.

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