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Display of the sign for the "Design is" graduate student show The College of Communication and Information at Kent State University is pleased to announce a gift of $10,000 from Brokaw, an independent, global marketing, advertising and design agency headquartered in Cleveland, Ohio. CEO Gregg Brokaw has given the gift in support of the School of Visual Communication Design's Taylor Hall Gallery Exhibitions...

Senior BA Design student Jack McCormick traveled to Trondheim, Norway and presented to the conference As part of a special topics interaction design class called Dynamic Interplay, School of Visual Communication Design (VCD) students from the College of Communication and Information took part in the International Conference for Interaction Design and Children (IDC) 2018, participating in the Research & Design competition. Children from all...

User experience participants collaborate in a workshop Kent State’s School of Information (iSchool) will be offering a series of workshops to introduce User Experience Design to working professionals. The non-credit workshops will provide formal training to those who work in the field of user experience design, as well as those hoping to transition into the field or augment their existing careers....

College of Communication & Information

Media & Movements: College of Communication and Information The College of Communication and Information has created a series of high-impact, immersive educational experiences that debuts this upcoming spring semester. The “Media and Movements” initiative will enable CCI undergraduate and graduate students to apply their communication, research, multimedia storytelling, design, advocacy, data,...

Students Develop Career-Ready Skills Through My Story On The Web Course Kent State University students learn online skills, including storytelling and resume creation, through the School of Digital Science’s My Story on the Web course.   This in-person and online course held each semester allows students, regardless of their major, to dive into web design, multimedia projects, social media and ethical...

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Students Develop Career-Ready Skills Through My Story On The Web Course Print publications are forced to compete with the uproar of technology and social media. To do this, print has to be, well, different from what we all have become accustomed to. In an effort to modernize and keep our readers interested, we need to be eye-catching and more interesting than the typical print-photo layouts of the past.  ...

College of Communication & Information

School of Visual Communication Design Student Will Scharlott (second from left) interned at Facebook in Menlo Park, Calif., where he worked as a content strategy intern. He played a role in further developing Facebook Messenger. Gaining relevant experience in students’ fields of study before graduation makes them more marketable to employers and gives them a leg up on the competition. While most students complete one or two internships in college, others go above and beyond. Senior visual communication design (VCD) major Will Scharlott has completed three prestigious...

School of Visual Communication Design

School of Visual Communication Design Student Will Scharlott (second from left) interned at Facebook in Menlo Park, Calif., where he worked as a content strategy intern. He played a role in further developing Facebook Messenger. Apply Now Degrees in Visual Communication Design All bachelor-level degrees in the School of Visual Communication Design require a combination of visual arts and liberal arts courses. The school offers three baccalaureate programs of study: the Bachelor of Arts (B.A.) in Visual Communication Design, Bachelor of Fine Arts (B.F.A.) in Visual...