Graphic & Interactive Design Faculty

          Shelle Barron
          Graphic Design
          Office: Doucette Hall, G-4 D
          Phone: (814) 732-2675
          Email: sbarron@edinboro.edu

          Diane Crandall
          Graphic Design
          Office: Doucette Hall, 200
          Phone: 
          (814) 732-1158
          Email: 
          crandall@edinboro.edu

          Brigette Davitt
          Graphic Design
          Office: Doucette Hall, 213
          Phone: (814) 732-1680
          Email: bdavitt@edinboro.edu

          Francis Demaske
          Graphic Design
          Office: Doucette Hall, G4 A
          Phone: (814) 732-1159
          Email: fdemaske@edinboro.edu

          Donghwa Kim
          Interactive Design
          Office: Doucette Hall, G2-H
          Phone: (814) 732-1341
          Email: dkim@edinboro.edu

          Cassandra Reese
          Graphic Design
          Office: Doucette Hall, G4-D
          Phone: (814) 732-1450
          Email: creese@edinboro.edu

          Graphic and Interactive Design


          Senior Graphic & Interactive Design Exhibition

          The Applied Media Arts - Graphic and Interactive Design program at Edinboro University focuses on creative thinking and problem solving and provides students with the knowledge, background and skill set needed to become 21st Century design professionals. Five full-time faculty members bring a wealth of experience and a dedication to the development of individual style in every student.

          After successful completion of candidacy (in the sophomore year), students choose from numerous options for their intermediate/advanced coursework, including website design, motion graphics, branding, publication design, advanced typography and packaging, as well as design history and theory. Seniors gain valuable preparation and experience with client relationships in the Design Practicum course and benefit from valuable off-campus internship opportunities in professional design studios. In the final capstone course in the senior year, students embark upon a comprehensive thesis project while completing a professional portfolio.

          The curriculum is further enriched through workshops and lectures by visiting designers, participation in regional and national competitions and exhibitions, trips to various cities to visit museums and tour professional design studios, and portfolio reviews organized by professional design organizations.

          Majors & Programs

          Bachelor's
          Program
          Curriculum
          Course Sequence
          Applied Media Arts - Graphic & Interactive Design
          Bachelor of Fine Arts
          Program Number: 0395
          Department: Art
          Description
          Applied Media Arts - Graphic Design (Limited to currently enrolled students)
          Bachelor of Fine Arts
          Program Number: 0380
          Department: Art
          Description

           

          Minors
          Program
          Curriculum
          Graphic Design Minor
          Minor
          Program Number: 1034
          Department: Art
          Description