Graphic Design

The graphic design program at Moore produces creative, informed, visually astute designers able to grow within a continually evolving, dynamic profession. The curriculum balances theory and practice, and encourages critical observational, quantitative, analytical thinking, while emphasizing the value of exploration and experimentation. Read more about the major...
 

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NEWS & HIGHLIGHTS

  • 91% of 2012 Graphic Design graduates are employed, 90%with organizations in their field of study, including: Brownstein Group, Discovery Philadelphia, Lenox, Inc., Neiman Group, Princeton University Press, The NBN Group and Thomson Reuters.  For more details visit the Locks Career Center page



  • A new addition to the Moore website is our Podcast Series, the purpose of which is to share scholarly and highly informative lectures by Moore faculty, alumni and staff with the public.   We’re launching the series with these two lectures on leadership by President Fitzgibbon.  

  • Carol Porter '71 had a solo exhibition of her work in Paintings from My Travels on Five Continents at the Dupont Pilgrims Gallery in Washington, DC.


Anne Occi
I joined Major League Baseball in 1990, just in time to assist the Philadelphia Phillies in the redesign for the uniforms they still wear today. As Vice President of Design Services, I oversee the branding and design...
Charmaine Yeung
I visited COOL (Career Opportunities On-Line) and was looking for an internship that was within walking distance. I found Sneaker Villa, a small company with a wide range of things that I could learn about or do. They...
Christine Quiampang
After graduation I worked at Citadel FCU for two years and now am employed at IBM Software Group. Moore helped create a strong foundation for design. I had three internships while I was a student, they were at Casa...