Our Studio | Glyphix Studio | Kent State University

Our Studio


Glyphix Studio is an award-winning student-staffed design studio within the School of Visual Communication Design, located in Downtown Kent, Ohio.


Glyphix Studio is a classroom program that allows students within the School of Visual Communication Design the opportunity to engage in thoughtful client-based and self-guided investigation into design problems. For over forty years, Glyphix Studio has paired some of the best and brightest from Kent State University with local clients in the goal of helping to innovate the city of Kent Ohio and beyond. Each member of our studio participates in an authentic and collaborative experience that is tailored to the respective ambitions of their creative careers. We utilize research, exploration, and a diverse set of visual design skills to solve problems. 

With over 80 awards and more than 400 program alumni, Glyphix Studio has made its mark as a holistically unique space to create, inspire and excel. 

If you’re a small business or non-profit in need of design solutions, or if you're a design student who is interested in joining our team, please feel free to reach out to the studio! We operate during the academic year (September through early May). Design services are fee-based and prices are quoted based upon individual job requirements. Please call Creative Director, Assistant Professor Larrie King, to discuss your design needs at 330.672.7324.

Our Location

We are located in Downtown Kent, Ohio at 138 E. Main Street, Suite 203 with two entrances. One is situated next to The Fig Leaf; our back entrance is located beside Flashers Cleaners.

IdeaBase

Though Glyphix Studio is a classroom experience, we also work closely with and share an office with IdeaBase, a multi-disciplinary creative agency offering comprehensive integrated marketing services such as branding, user experience design, web development, identity design and more. IdeaBase can partner its services with university resources like an experienced teleproductions unit, a usability computer testing lab and a focus group suite.

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