Tuesday 27th September 2022

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Study Digital Customer Experience at UNI

If you’re looking for a great class to take at UNI in the Fall of 2017, you will want to get enrolled in Digital Customer Experience (MKTG 4150). This is a new course being offered that is of particular interest [...]

March 27, 2017 Advertising, Computation, IDS General, Imaging, Visualization, Writing

Bold Borders in Graphic Design

Haven’t borders always been a thing? Yes, borders have always been a part of graphic design. I’m talking about the negative space or even the decorative visuals at the edge of the paper. They can aid in the printing process [...]

November 27, 2016 Graphic Design Trends, IDS General, Imaging, Visualization

5 Spring Courses To Add To Your Schedule

UNI has plenty of classes to offer, but there are some that you should highly consider adding to your schedule. The 5 classes below are ones that will help you build your experience all while enhancing and improving your skills. [...]

November 2, 2016 Advertising, Computation, IDS General, Imaging, Visualization, Writing
Mike Pasley in Midair

Innovative Creative Director Mike Pasley Coming to UNI

Los Angeles based Creative Director Mike Pasley, a UNI alum, will be on campus next week for two wildly creative events that you won’t want to miss. Two Awesome Events Over Two Days Mike will first give a talk called “How to Wear [...]

September 14, 2016 Advertising, IDS General, Imaging, Music, Visualization

The Parallax Scrolling Fad: How Long Before it Fades?

BY LAUREN HANNA Parallax scrolling is a trend that has been sweeping the web community for the last few years. Parallax is defined as an effect that changes the position or direction of an object so that it appears differently [...]

February 11, 2014 Visualization