Author Jeanne Verdoux

Learning book binding online

Since last fall I have been developing and teaching a ‘Process and Skills’ online class for graphic designers. It has been an opportunity to reflect on my teaching practice and evolve with new educational digital tools. I have taught this class on campus for several years. The syllabus, created by Katarzyna  Gruda, is very hands […]

AAS GD Students Posters Exhibited in Germany

Two posters, designed by Matthew McPherson and Fahad AlHunif, students in my spring 2012 Process & Skills class, are currently on view in an international poster exhibition at the City Hall of Leipzig, Germany. The show ends 09/23/12. These posters were designed as an assignment in my class in response to the international call for […]

AAS GD students winners in poster competition ‘Occupy: What’s Next?’

I am very happy to share the news that two students from my ‘Process and Skills’ class are winners of the international poster competition ‘Occupy: What’s Next?’. Both Luiza Dale’s and Fahad AlHunaif’s posters were selected in the student category amongst hundreds by an international jury of designers in which I participated. This poster design […]

Call4Posters

Contributor | Jeanne Verdoux I will be a jury member for this poster competition amongst an international panel of designers. This event will lead to online shows and exhibitions around the world.  Deadline : April 30, 2012 at midnight Send in your designs here: http://www.nextbydesign.org About the competition: In the midst of economic, social and climate […]

Process and Skills Course: Online or On-site, what is the difference?

It might seem surprising at first but there is no critical difference between the online and the on-site Process and Skills classes. Both classes follow a similar syllabus and students work on the same projects. Online Process and Skills class is an intensive hands on class where students learn essential graphic design skills through a […]

Traveling the world in my online class

This is my first semester teaching Process and Skills online. I have taught this class on campus for over three years. It has been challenging but interesting to rethink my course in this new context. One very exciting aspect of my online class is the diversity of locations of the students and how it impacts […]