UNIVERSITY OF HOUSTON
GRAPHIC DESIGN SENIOR EXHIBITION
How do typography and illustration work together to create interest that captivates an audience in a small format?
How can we activate mobile spaces to initiate informed discussions on social topics?
When do motion graphics play a role in exhibition design?
How can we use design to reinvigorate communities that are at risk of being gentrified?
What forms can creativity inspiring methodologies take?
GROWTH / TRANSFORMATION
EXPRESSION / VOICE
The plus sign indicates added values or variables, combination, positivity, or collaboration.
As a multiplication symbol, the × mark indicates compounded values or variables. In arithmetic, it indicates the unknown.
In what ways do our tools affect our process and thus the product?
How do form and typography inform and evoke meaning?
In what ways do we derive meaning from form and symbols?
What aspects of society, culture, and politics compel us to translate those ideas as symbols?
How can we communicate ideas through the visualization of data?
How can we break through “overwhelming data” to more effectively communicate what those data points tell us?
How do we organize information online and create an immersive experience for the viewers?
How does a collection of objects tell a story?
How can designers advocate for an improved world without having to entirely alter current paradigms?
How do we use design as a mean to engage communities?
How can we encourage engagement to the Buffalo Bayou communities through the emphasis of authenticity, connectivity, and inclusivity?
What do designers take away from a project?
How does design change the designer?
José Chavero Rivera