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Nhi Nguyen is a recent graduate of Minnesota State Mankato who is interested in environmental graphics. She had studied architecture before she transferred to a graphic design major. Nhi wants to broaden her knowledge in a variety of topics such as branding, printmaking, book-making, and motion graphics. She has a technique skill as an architect and an artist eyes as a graphic designer. Her design is focusing on eco-friendly, sustainable materials, and overall craftsmanship.
Through the thorough understanding of branding and architecture, Nhi Nguyen can design not only for physical environments, but also for a network of media spaces. She discovered that experiential graphic design is a crucial need for creating effective communication.
Currently, Nhi Nguyen is a research assistant and graphic designer at the Water Resources Center at Minnesota State University, Mankato. She is working on a project involving the Watonwan River Watershed Study. She enjoys illustrating complex scientific issues so it can be communicated in an effective way for its intended audience, primarily farmers and students. The scientific community has encouraged her to study and to live better in harmony with nature.
In her spare time, Nhi Nguyen works on two projects, which include a “Women in Architecture” printmaking exhibit and a new typeface called “NguyenFamily”. The first is a celebration of the achievements of women architects from the early 16th century to current day, and the second is a Vietnamese typeface allowing me to express my ethnicity from my home country and transfer it to the English-speaking world using design.