Graphic Design

Student Interview // Brianna Boulanger

BFA in Graphic Design

Design fields are vibrant and jobs in graphic design are thriving! Moore’s major produces creative, informed, contemplative, visually astute designers able to grow within a continually evolving, dynamic profession. It supports the creative process with a carefully sequenced multiform curriculum emphasizing the fundamentals of design through concept development, generative sketching, prototyping, image making, typography, digital technology, time-based design, interactive media and web design.

News & Highlights

Pam Convery-Hamilton’s '14 Navy Scallop dinnerware design for Lenox China was featured in the November 2017 issue of O magazine. Read more News & Highlights
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Graphic Design Sophomore from Bangladesh Still Getting Used to Snow

A fussy baby is what helped Moore sophomore Rabita Islam make up her mind to study graphic design. Islam was working 18- to 20-hour days running a women’s fashion business in her home country of Bangladesh when one day her then-3-month-old daughter, Amani, wouldn’t drink her bottle of milk. “She was crying and crying, and I wasn’t there,” Islam said. “That’s the day I realized I cannot continue to do this. I’m a mother now.” Islam had a busy life in designing women’s outfits in Bangladesh, despite not having professional training or education...

Alumna's VP of Design for Major League Baseball

As Vice President of Design at Major League Baseball, Anne (Bender) Occi ’77 oversees the branding and design of everything from logos and patches to jerseys and banners for all 30 ball clubs. Occi graduated Moore with a BFA in Illustration and a minor in advertising. She started in advertising as an art director, then worked as the marketing and communications director for Adidas before joining Major League Baseball in 1990, just in time to assist the Philadelphia Phillies in the redesign for the uniforms they still wear today. “It was with the Adidas account that I first...
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Mehdi Saeedi Worshop

Graphic Design students had a hands-on opportunity to work directly with Iranian born designer Mehdi Saeedi and learned how he uses Persian calligraphy to render unique conceptions in graphic design then they created self-portraits using Persian calligraphy and produced posters and t-shirts.

100% Employed!

92% of 2016 Graphic Design Graduates are employed, 100% with businesses in their field of study!