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ARTDES 300.1 Visual Communication Design for Voting

How can we use visual communication design to make voting more visible, less confusing — and fun? You will learn the ins and outs of the registration and voting processes and create work that motivates your peers and helps them better navigate this vital civic opportunity! Our process will be informed by research in behavioral science, experience design, information design and communications. We will be working in partnership with the Creative Campaigns for Voting studio on a non-partisan, peer-to-peer campaign to energize and increase college-age voter participation. Projects will include information design, environmental graphics, persuasive communications, signage and more!

ARTDES 300.1: Visual Communication Design for Voting

How can we use visual communication design to make voting more visible, less confusing — and fun? You will learn the ins and outs of the registration and voting processes and create work that motivates your peers and helps them better navigate this vital civic opportunity! Our process will be informed by research in behavioral science, experience design, information design and communications. We will be working in partnership with the Creative Campaigns for Voting studio on a non-partisan, peer-to-peer campaign to energize and increase college-age voter participation. Projects will include information design, environmental graphics, persuasive communications, signage and more!

ARTDES 310.1

Creative Campaign for Voting: Game On

In this Engagement Studio we’ll run a non-partisan, peer-to-peer creative campaign to increase college voting. Students will design and produce a range of pop-up events (in the classroom, around campus) as well as a lively social media campaign. Our goal is to make voting less confusing and more appealing. We’ll partner with students in Visual Communications Design for Voting, as well as a range of student orgs and units around campus. You’ll learn about carrying out a creative campaign for social impact, receive training to register your peers, and become much more knowledgeable about the electoral process. If you are interested in inspiring peers all the way to the ballot box on November 3, 2020, this studio is an opportunity to connect your creative energies with a direct and meaningful involvement to amplify college voter turnout.

Stamps Art & Design students: 

F2018: Allysa Benedict, Tanya Ballal, Kaitlyn Beukema, Stephanie Bloom, Maddie Fox, Shreya Garg, Alexa Gordon, Katie Lacroix, Gabi Pascual, Stephanie Sim, Ryan Sowulewski, Manda Villareal

W2020: Molly Bokor, Roseanne Chao, Anna Deluca, Ashley Holland, Kaylee Johnson, Valerie Le, Sunjae Lee, Valerie Matula, Seamus Mulready, Maya Neideck, Yuki Obayashi, Maggie Roback, Sabrina Schwartzberg, Nolan Trepeck, Maddy Vervaecke, Abby Ziemkowski

School of Music, Theater and Dance students, F2018: Morgan Bo, Ty Bock, Ruby Perez, Atticus Olivet, Patrick Rutkowski, Maggie Shea

2019-2020 UROP research assistants:

Vincent Pinti

Alonzo Cortez

Lindsey Haughton

student work

ARTDES 310.1

Creative Campaign for Voting: Game On

In this Engagement Studio we’ll run a non-partisan, peer-to-peer creative campaign to increase college voting. Students will design and produce a range of pop-up events (in the classroom, around campus) as well as a lively social media campaign. Our goal is to make voting less confusing and more appealing. We’ll partner with students in Visual Communications Design for Voting, as well as a range of student orgs and units around campus. You’ll learn about carrying out a creative campaign for social impact, receive training to register your peers, and become much more knowledgeable about the electoral process. If you are interested in inspiring peers all the way to the ballot box on November 3, 2020, this studio is an opportunity to connect your creative energies with a direct and meaningful involvement to amplify college voter turnout.

Stamps Art & Design students: 

F2018: Allysa Benedict, Tanya Ballal, Kaitlyn Beukema, Stephanie Bloom, Maddie Fox, Shreya Garg, Alexa Gordon, Katie Lacroix, Gabi Pascual, Stephanie Sim, Ryan Sowulewski, Manda Villareal

W2020: Molly Bokor, Roseanne Chao, Anna Deluca, Ashley Holland, Kaylee Johnson, Valerie Le, Sunjae Lee, Valerie Matula, Seamus Mulready, Maya Neideck, Yuki Obayashi, Maggie Roback, Sabrina Schwartzberg, Nolan Trepeck, Maddy Vervaecke, Abby Ziemkowski

School of Music, Theater and Dance students, F2018: Morgan Bo, Ty Bock, Ruby Perez, Atticus Olivet, Patrick Rutkowski, Maggie Shea

2019-2020 UROP research assistants:

Vincent Pinti

Alonzo Cortez

Lindsey Haughton

ARTDES 310.1

Creative Campaign for Voting: Game On

In this Engagement Studio we’ll run a non-partisan, peer-to-peer creative campaign to increase college voting. Students will design and produce a range of pop-up events (in the classroom, around campus) as well as a lively social media campaign. Our goal is to make voting less confusing and more appealing. We’ll partner with students in Visual Communications Design for Voting, as well as a range of student orgs and units around campus. You’ll learn about carrying out a creative campaign for social impact, receive training to register your peers, and become much more knowledgeable about the electoral process. If you are interested in inspiring peers all the way to the ballot box on November 3, 2020, this studio is an opportunity to connect your creative energies with a direct and meaningful involvement to amplify college voter turnout.

Stamps Art & Design students: 

F2018: Allysa Benedict, Tanya Ballal, Kaitlyn Beukema, Stephanie Bloom, Maddie Fox, Shreya Garg, Alexa Gordon, Katie Lacroix, Gabi Pascual, Stephanie Sim, Ryan Sowulewski, Manda Villareal

W2020: Molly Bokor, Roseanne Chao, Anna Deluca, Ashley Holland, Kaylee Johnson, Valerie Le, Sunjae Lee, Valerie Matula, Seamus Mulready, Maya Neideck, Yuki Obayashi, Maggie Roback, Sabrina Schwartzberg, Nolan Trepeck, Maddy Vervaecke, Abby Ziemkowski

School of Music, Theater and Dance students, F2018: Morgan Bo, Ty Bock, Ruby Perez, Atticus Olivet, Patrick Rutkowski, Maggie Shea

2019-2020 UROP research assistants:

Vincent Pinti

Alonzo Cortez

Lindsey Haughton

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