Drexel University

Emily Gold

Emily Gold is a student at Drexel University, studying Graphic Design with minors in Fine Arts and Marketing. She is specifically interested in typography, brand identity and publication design. Her ultimate career goal is to be a graphic designer for a non-profit organization.

Emily Gold, Student at Drexel University
Drexel University
Philadelphia

Taylor Lim

Taylor Lim is a Graphic Designer at Gensler in Washington, D.C.

Taylor Lim recently graduated Magna Cum Laude with a Bachelor of Arts in graphic design from Drexel University, with a minor in marketing. She loves print design (packaging, branding, publication design) and environmental graphic design. When Taylor Lim is not designing, she loves to doodle, experiment with hand drawn type, find new music to listen to, and try different and fun new ways to workout.

Taylor Lim is a Graphic Designer at Gensler in Washington, D.C.
Gensler
Washington, D.C.

Mike Garzarelli

Mike Garzarelli's passion is for design, particularly design in the digital space which came about from his studies in architecture. The challenge of designing more than just a visual, but a complete experience in which people interact with each and every day excite Mike Garzarelli.

Mike Garzarelli won a Merit Award in the SEGD Global Design Awards in 2015 for his senior thesis project in graphic design at Drexel University called CRYPTO

Mike Garzarelli
Drexel University
Philadelphia

Jody Graff

2016 SEGD Board Member

Jody Graff is an Associate Professor and Program Director of Graphic Design in the Westphal College of Media Arts & Design at Drexel University. She has taught in the program since 1998 and served as Director since 2007.

Jody Graff, Drexel University
Drexel University
Philadelphia

CRYPTO

Merit Award 2015
CRYPTO

For his senior thesis in graphic design, Drexel University student Mike Garzarelli created CRYPTO, an interactive experience designed to teach visitors about cryptozoology.

Mike Garzarelli

Pentagram

Photo of Poetry path for Alice Oswald

Pentagram (New York and worldwide) Partner Harry Pearce and his team collaborated with poet Alice Oswald and fabrication specialists Millimetre to install a poetry path in the form of 160 meters of steel typography in Kew Bridge West (London), a new property on the original site of the Grand Junction Waterworks.

Drexel University

The Graphic Design program at Drexel prepares students to inform, persuade, educate, and entertain through the creative use of word and image. Graphic Design students learn to conceptualize, design, and produce visual communication in a wide variety of media, including books, magazines, posters, ads, packaging, websites, interactive media, information systems, exhibition design, motion graphics and more. Students use this work to develop an expansive portfolio, an invaluable tool for our graduates as they seek future employment.

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