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Jordan Kauffman

Jordan Kauffman is a graphic designer that is experienced in both designing for print & web. Particularly interested in design for the social good and the integration of design and education. He is always looking for new projects & opportunities, and is passionate about education and believe that it is a life long commitment, not something that you just do in school. Jordan believes in design for the social good, meaning he strives to do design work that benefits others.

Jordan Kauffman, Kent State University
Kent State University
Goshen, Indiana

New Exhibit Exploring Opioid Crisis Opens at Indiana State Museum

Indiana State Museum's Newest Exhibit

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The Indiana State Museum opens a new, thought-provoking exhibit, FIX: Heartbreak and Hope Inside Our Opioid Crisis, which was designed by museum staff with assistance from more than 50 community partners. Luci Creative was hired as a vendor to provide expertise on exhibition design and flow, along with media producer Richard Lewis Media Group.

Notre Dame Stadium Enhancement

Merit Award 2019
Notre Dame Stadium Enhancement

Two million bricks, 160 days. The year is 1930 and Knute Rockne, legendary coach and pioneer of modern football, oversees the construction of the University of Notre Dame’s Football Stadium in just 160 days. “The House that Rockne Built” would go on to see the storied program achieve 11 National Championships. Eighty-five years later, with only one significant renovation, Notre Dame wanted to complete a major stadium experiential design enhancement.

Project 100

Merit Award 2018
Project 100

When the Indianapolis Motor Speedway was about to celebrate the 100th running of The Greatest Spectacle in Racing, Project 100 was born. Project 100's goal was to engage fans enjoying the track’s multiple events and inform visitors in and around the seats that have been there for over 60 years.

The complete project entailed updated seating and suites, concessions, exterior road mapping and the Section 127 design team’s role included a complete wayfinding study and application and constructing an awe-inspiring new Turn 1 entrance.

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