Graphic Design majors were excited to see the behind-the-scenes of printing at Laurel Valley Graphics. They received a premiere tour of the pre-press, printing, and binding areas. Thanks!
MKNeff Design blog highlights design education service learning projects by students at Seton Hill University in Greensburg, Pennsylvania. News and programs for Seton Arts Service Corps and the Sisters of Charity are found here as well.
Students in my Branding course were honored to have Tim Banks, Graphic Design Manager for Seton Hill University, speak to them about working with Seton Hill's brand. Tim gave valuable information and tips to the design majors on in-house branding.
Mary Kay Neff's graphic design class participated in a service learning project for the Greensburg Community Development Corporation (GCDC). The goal of the project was to attract a business owner to rent or purchase a vacant building in the Greensburg business district. All students listed to the goals for the graphic design project, brainstormed ideas, and created designs that were presented to the Director of GCDC. After consideration and consultation with the current building owner, Shelby Kyllo's design was chosen to be installed in the vacant building.
Success! Shelby's design work helped to attracted the attention of a business owner who will soon occupy the building.