DSA SIGNUM DESIGN

DSA Signum Design provides support to all units within the Division of Student Affairs. This includes help with graphic design, website management, public relations, and marketing strategy.  We serve as a hub of knowledge on marketing and communications best practices, promotional strategy, and resource sharing.

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Miranda Sepulveda
Miranda Sepulveda

Graphic Design Specialist

Miranda Sepúlveda is a Visual Communication Design major with a minor in Spanish. She is passionate about design, especially when it comes to brand identity and often buys products solely for the design of their packaging. She hopes that with her skills in design she can bridge gaps in understanding and acceptance between others to create a better future for everyone. 

"Pain, pleasure and death are no more than a process for existence. The revolutionary struggle in this process is a doorway open to intelligence" -Frida Kahlo


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Molly Porter
MOLLY PORTER

Graphic Design Specialist

Molly is currently majoring in Visual Communication Design. As a designer, she aims to create visually appealing work that utilizes expressive colors and bold fonts. The main focus of her work is illustration, however, she is also interested in package design and brand identity. Her favorite part as a designer is the collaboration between peers and creating something that can enhance the world around us.

“Good design begins with honesty, asks tough questions, comes from collaboration and from trusting your intuition.” - Freeman Thomas


 

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Lucille Schneider
Lucille Schneider

Lucille is a graphic designer currently studying Visual Communication Design. She enjoys problem-solving and learning how to create new things. One of her favorite aspects of design is stepping back and seeing where the process started, and what the final outcome is. She also loves getting feedback and working collaboratively. 

“Color is a power which directly influences the soul.”  - Wassily Kandinsky


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Abigail Myers headshot
Abigail Myers is a Visual Communications Design major and has experience in illustration. She strives to learn all that she can in her environment and works to create powerful pieces with a purpose. She enjoys digital art, design, collaborating with her peers, and making designs that positively impact the people in her community.

“Design creates culture. Culture shapes values. Values determine the future.” –Robert L. Peters


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Hannah Saadey

Hannah Saadey is a Visual Communication Design major from Canton, Ohio. She values the collaboration between peers/educators, as well as the creative freedom that graphic design has to offer. Hannah wants to focus her design skills on branding and identity. She works hard to ideate unique solutions to problems and strives to make her designs the best that they can be.

“Creativity can solve almost any problem.” – George Lois