DSA Media Works is used to make all department's design requests.

Request include: graphic design, signage, photography, web design, hotcards, posters, booklets, flyers, web banners and more!

SUBMIT A DESIGN REQUEST

If you have any additional questions you can email DSA Design Lab manager, Katie Sullivan, at: ksulli30@kent.edu

 
 
DSA Design Lab's team envisions and designs cutting-edge, intuitive, front-end digital and print solutions for student-centered services for the Office of the Vice President for Student Affairs. 

Departments that can utilize DSA Design Lab services:

  • Center for Student Involvement

  • Center for Adult & Veteran Services

  • Center for Sexual and Relationship Violence Support Services (SRVSS)

  • FLASHcard Operations

  • Flash Technology Center

  • Kent Student Center

  • Kent State of Wellness

  • LGBTQ+ Center

  • Office of Student Conduct

  • Office of the Dean of Students

  • Office of International Student Affairs

  • Office of the Vice President for Student Affairs

  • Recreational Services

  • Residence Services

  • Step Up Speak Out

  • Student Accessibility Services

  • Student Multicultural Center

  • Student Ombuds

  • University Bookstores

  • University Health Services

  • University Dining Services

  • Women's Center


 

Meet our DSA Designers

 

KATIE SULLIVAN

DSA Design Lab Manager

Katie is currently majoring in Visual Communication Design with a minor in Marketing. Her interest and passion for graphic design began in high school thanks to a very talented and passionate design teacher. She has since really enjoyed the beauty of functional and clean typography, as well as, creating engaging illustrations. 

"In the future, I hope to further my experiences and challenge myself to become the best designer I can be."

 

 

 

AMANDA LOPEZ

Assistant DSA Design Lab Manager

Amanda is currently studying Visual Communication Design to pursue a Bachelor’s of Fine Art. She believes that design is constantly changing and it finds it inspiring to work in a field that continues to evolve. She is looking forward to continuing to learn and grow as a designer. 

"I most enjoy the clean simplicity of typography and complexity of elements that go into package design."