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  • Art Institute
    Dallas

  • Intermediate Layout
  • Intermediate Web
  • Fundamentals of Web
  • User Research
  • Interface Design
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  • Type Hierarchy
  • Type Expressive
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  • Corporate Identity
  • Design Team
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  • Design Capstone
  • UNT

  • Design Principles
  • Design Thinking
  • Team Creativity
  • Project Mgmt Lab
  • SMU

  • Sp2022 Spacee
  • Fa2021 Cariloop
  • Su2021 Garland PD
  • Sp2021 Spacee
  • Wi2020 SmoothApps
  • SMU UX Portfolio
  • Art Institute
    Houston-North
    & TCU

  • Type III
  • Packaging
  • Art Direction
  • Environmental Design
  • Digital Grids
  • Design Capstone
  • Project Management Lab - SPDA2021

    Spring 2022

    This workshop helps students organize and assemble their Connections class projects from Project Management and Seminar classes taught by Dr. Dianne Gravley and Kevin Sanders. This first year's Connections class project for Cohort 3 students has a dedicated space that provides advice and structure to advance their final presentation.

    Activities that support the main partner project are reviewed in class to help as students assemble their final portfolio project and presentation for review with the head of the UNT Marketing group, Vincent Fisher.



    Final Presentation Deck

    Cohort 3: UNT Marketing presentation

    Cohort 3: UNT Marketing presentation

    Class Activities

    Weekly Whiteboards

    Weekly Whiteboards

    Themes, timelines and artifacts were created through exploration of topics. Instructors from integrated classes also guided the topics from their specialties.

    Card Sorting

    Card Sorting

    Exploration of targeted and inspirational competitors helped students find opportunities for our UNT Marketing partner.

    Cohort 3: UNT Marketing presentation

    Faculty / Partner Check-ins

    Mini-presentations to faculty helped sharpen communication skills and demonstrate progress on the project.It also helped in preparation for the bigger presentations.

    Weekly Whiteboards

    Storyboards

    Themes were disccovered in exploration and discussion. Storyboards visualized these themes through image and copy.