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...
NEWS & HIGHLIGHTS
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
- Brittany Morris '13 is happy that her senior thesis project opened so many doors. She landed a job after graduation and is currently a semi-finalist for the 2013 Adobe Design Achievement Awards along with fellow Moore alumna Lauren Ladner '13. Her work involves a series of posters representing vintage European travel created for her senior show exhibition.
- Sam Hurst '13 had work selected for publication in CMYK
Magazine's Top 100 New Creatives 56 which comes out in October. Her work can be seen at http://samhurst.com/lovephillyeditorial.html
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...
I believe that Moore’s commitment to transforming students into outstanding creative problem solvers and leaders makes it a unique institution. I interned for Gigi McGee, who has continued to be an integral part of the...
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...