Date of Award
Design -- Study and teaching (Higher), Graphic design -- Study and teaching (Higher), High school students
Graphic design is all around us — from our cereal boxes, to the knobs on our ovens, as well as the street signs we use to guide ourselves to work in the morning. Even though it affects all of us in one way or another, not many people realize the importance and magnitude of graphic design.
Because of this lack of understanding, many young creative students who may flourish in a design degree do not receive the support and information they need while still in high school.
Design Door is a campaign aimed towards high school students that encourages self discovery in the field of graphic design and its related professions. This campaign will eliminate the extra step of discovering design at the collegiate level and will better prepare and inspire the next generation of young graphic designers.
Kobielsky, Kate N., "Design Door" (2017). University Honors Theses. Paper 492.