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Greg Babcock Final Thoughts

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I have to say that GRA 217 has been an invaluable course in my Newhouse education. Considering that I had literally no knowledge of Adobe InDesign or Illustrator, this course was a great introduction to the two programs. Considering that any sort of design in contemporary culture involves digital design in some form or another, it makes the most sense that this course is a gateway to finding design work. I know I learned a lot, but I still need to learn a lot more.

Thank you Renee and Louis!

-Greg Babcock

Greg Babcock Final Interface Design Post (again)

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Wrap Up by Yunjia Ge

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I had a lot of fun in this class. Fist of all, I am really thankful towards our professor Stevens. Thank you for being so approachable and nice throughout the whole semester. I learned a lot from you. Secondly, I loved these hands on project. I always like to make something out of my own hand instead of learning theories all the time. Thus, I really enjoyed doing the projects and listen to the per’s opinion during the critics. The critics is a great way to learn and improve.I am really glad to have a bunch of nice, thoughtful, and imaginative classmate who gave me so many great advices. To sum up, it has been a great semester. Have a great break am I will miss u guys!

Yunjia Ge

Final Post by Ashley C.

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I don’t even know where to begin to try and wrap up this semester of graphics. I have learned so much about typography and what goes into making a clean, creative and elegant design, and I can’t thank Renee and Louis enough for all they have done. I looked forward to going to class each day and it was great to get my classmate’s opinion on my designs.

I completely accept the fact that I have become a graphic design nerd… I find myself getting excited over the new design on the Pillsbury crescent roll container (that uses Helvetica by the way), and getting angry when someone uses Comic Sans in any place other than the Sunday comics. Like Renee said, “It’s a disease that you can never get rid of,” but I love it and I am so glad I have learned so much about designing.

FINAL interface- Morgan

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i dont know why they are out of order! sorry!

Final Interface by Yunjia Ge

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