DES 439: Central Design features real project and production situations that help graduate and undergraduate students each semester build a stronger portfolio as well as a successful, meaningful and stronger foundation in the field of graphic design where experimentation and collaboration are strongly encouraged. Providing a real-world situation accelerates the learning process and students get a better understanding of what it means to use the skills they have developed outside of a formal classroom environment.
Several projects are always underway in Central Design. Some are quick short term projects; others are long term multi-phase projects. Design projects include branding, logo design, illustration, motion graphics, print and web design.
Central Design partners with local non-profits, school and community outreach programs and the government-sector to develop these projects. A few of the organizations that have worked with us include: