Design Facilities

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Graphic Design facilities are equipped to train students on the most current digital practices, ensuring that the tools they encounter in the workplace are already familiar to them:

  • Three classroom labs equipt with the latest computers
  • Dedicated design technology work room with fully loaded machines, double monitors for advanced video, animation and digital processing
  • Dedicated photo work room with studio lighting equipment for professional portfolio documentation
  • Dedicated lighting stand for perfect 90degree publication design professional portfolio documentation
  • Full Adobe Creative Suite Master Collection
  • Animation & 3D software including Maya, Cinema 3D, Cinema 4D, After Effects, Unity Game Engine, Premiere
  • Display monitors, TVs, and stands for interactive installations
  • High-output laser printing
  • Epson scanners
  • Wacom tablets for digital drawing
  • Access to the School's Digital Lab for high-quality inkjet printing, scanning, and other input/output
  • Laser cutters
  • Letter press
  • Access to University's book binding resources
  • Dedicated web server for coding, interactivity and animation
  • Dedicated audio recording digital mixing studio for podcasting, recording and producing motion graphics
  • Lab outfited with music recording and mixing keyboards, software and accessories
  • Access to School's tools for 2D and 3D input/output including digital SLR cameras, lighting equipment, digital projectors, and 3D printing via the Digital Lab

Learn more about Graphic Design in the School of Art, Art History & Design.