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RISD’s graduate program in Graphic Design prepares students for professional practice by emphasizing the roles of social context, media and aesthetics in the production of visible language systems. As a reflection of the discipline itself, the program encourages a nimble and intelligent response to constant change and burgeoning technology, while building a strong foundation of formal, aesthetic and analytical knowledge.
Individual thesis investigation is central to the final year of MFA study and culminates in the comprehensive presentation of work representing an original voice for visual and verbal expression of design thinking. The thesis should be equal parts exploration, explanation, provocation and contribution. Guest critics participate throughout the year and in the year-end thesis review, which offers a forum for critical dialogue focused on each student’s contribution to the field of graphic design. All MFA candidates also submit a written thesis and as a group participate in the RISD Graduate Thesis Exhibition , a large-scale public show held annually.
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Theses from 2023 2023
Making Then Meaning , Ben Denzer
Form Follows Feeling Follows Form , Harshal Duddalwar
Making time: Gentle invitations for radical slowness , Lian Fumerton-Liu
Superbland , Dougal Henken
Crossover Logics , Serena Ho
Connective Movements , Ian Keliher
Invisible Systems , Mina Kim
Press Play , Karan Kumar
Searching for New Landscapes , Halim Lee
Moving at the Speed of Trust , Sun Ho Lee
Access in Ambiguity , Moritz Lónyay
Infinitely Incredible Configurations , Jenni Oughton
Virtual Fantasy , Joey Petrillo
Surfacing: a (loose) manual on unlayering / stuff-making and hypervisibility , Zoë Pulley
OtherWorldly Gestures , Sadia Quddus
Input / Output , Zach Scheinfeld
Particular Proceedings , Ingrid Schmaedecke
Writ In Water , Jack Tufts
Theses from 2022 2022
Ports of entry , Forough Abadian
Capture, control, circulate : can we queer regulatory power in Graphic Design? , Adie Fein
Alien Encyclopedia , Zengqi Guo
Re-order the order of thing , Yingxi Sabrina Ji
Openness , Qiwen Ju
! , Nick Larson
Connect: translating complexity through visual simplification , Ilhee Park
Other realms , Louis Rakovich
Slow ruptures; slow formations , Asta Thrastardottir
Theses from 2021 2021
Open articulations , Matthew Bejtlich
Paperwork , Romik Bose Mitra
Community, harana & karaoke: towards a theatrical design , Ryan Diaz
Personal positioning system , Laura Diez de Baldeon
Parentheses asterisk ellipses , Everett Epstein
Refiguring relations , Daphne Hsu
CTRL SHIFT , Kit Son Lee
Jettisoning the frame: strategies for designing at the threshold , Will Mianecki
Future as medium , Georgie Nolan
Elsewhere: impressions of sense & nonsense , Madeline Woods
The relativity of value , Lai Xu
Theses from 2020 2020
My millennial Asian fetishized American fantasy , Seyong Ahn
Temporal collisions , Lizzie Baur
Strata : lessons in latency , Mukul Chakravarthi
Re: Ornament , Aleks Dawson
A very large array , Hilary duPont
Oh wait, is this a loop? , Carl-Gustaf Ewerbring
Counter formation , Fabian Fohrer
Binge [Fantasy reality] , Elena Foraker
How to do things with things , Emily Guez
Skew-morphic dream , Yoonsu Kim
Ancient hyper present , Sophie Loloi
EthnoGraphemes , Vaishnavi Mahendran
U+16E99 , Bobby Joe Smith III
Something to see here , Weixi Zeng
Theses from 2019 2019
Record : from signal to atmosphere, and the spaces between silence and noise , Amy Auman
Plenty : wanting, choosing,, overwhelming unloading , Christopher Cote
Among : a series of enactments , Joel F. Kern
Let's meet over there / Eury Kim. , Eury Kim
Lateral movements : in multifaceted time and space , Jieun Kim
Making common , Elaine Lopez
Standards, rules, setting , Robert McConnell
Abjad orientations , Mohammed Nassem
Softweave , Annaka Olsen
Groundwork , Marcus Peabody
Body of work , Oliva de Salve Villedieu
Cosmosis , Angela Torchio
Re-creation : a package design for daily life , Wei-Hao Wang
Interface philosophy , June Yoon
Theses from 2018 2018
This is public work , Nick Adam
Haunt : casual surrealism , Cara Buzzell
Placefulness , Ellen Christensen
Anachropomorphism! , Carson Evans
Lingua Franca , Tatiana Gomez Gaggero
Field guide : collected studies of a symbiont , Jennifer Livermore
Tiny Diasporas , Angela Lorenzo
Reading rooms , Jinhwa Oh
Space, Junk , Brandon Olsen
Hyperlink : connecting space, time, language, and technology , Marie Otsuka
Constellations , Maria Rull Bescós
Squishy Play , Lauren Traugott-Campbell
Monument for feeling : Notes from the Archivist , Melissa Weiss
Theses from 2017 2017
Otra vez : hierarchy as designer , Jordyn Alvidrez
Double takes : secular magic & empathic vision , Lake Buckley
Playgrounds , Cem Eskinazi
Content-aware : investigating tools, character & user behavior , Llewellyn Hensley
Space as a practiced place , Elizabeth Leeper
Frame-work , Drew Litowitz
Scripting allographs , June Shin
Our measured world : a poetic translation , Minryung Son
Identity production , Boyang Xia
Design syncopations , Mary Yang
Theses from 2016 2016
Hyphen nation: a reconciliation , Lynn Amhaz
Rapid response , James Chae
Continuum of significance , Diane Lee
Live edges: all possible adjacencies , Rebecca Leffell Koren
Practice makes practice , Gabriel Melcher
Dimensional flatland: Beamer, drone, flash drive , Scarlett Xin Meng
Traversing languagescapes , Desmond Pang
Theses from 2015 2015
Multiple influences: from witnessing language to performing it , Viviane Jalil
Speculative politics -fictionalized spectacle , Prin Limphongpand
Theses from 2014 2014
Speculative archives : an index , Sameer Farooq
Learning to live in thick interface , Jonathan Hanahan
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A good graphic designer knows how to attract people by using appealing and innovative work ideas. When working on the thesis, it is important to choose an attractive dissertation topic. To help you out, we have prepared a list of graphic design dissertation topics, which are interesting and useful. The list of graphic design dissertation […]
A good graphic designer knows how to attract people by using appealing and innovative work ideas. When working on the thesis, it is important to choose an attractive dissertation topic. To help you out, we have prepared a list of graphic design dissertation topics, which are interesting and useful.
The following list of graphic design research topics includes some of the most interesting topics to work on. You can select any research topic on graphic design for your project from this list and tweak it a bit to make it yours or you can let us help you in preparing a proposal and brief on the chosen dissertation topic in graphic design.
List of Graphic Design dissertation topics
Studying the evolution of graphic designing during different periods.
A cost-benefit analysis of investing for hiring an experienced graphic designer.
Analysing the main stages of development of the graphic design industry.
An analysis of the role of colours in graphic design: the best and worst choices.
A review of the approaches used by male and female graphic designers.
Exploring the relationship between signage and mobile map for indoor wayfinding.
To study the impact of visual information in service design.
An evaluation of designing career paths in graphic design.
Studying the graphic design theory research and application in advanced technology.
An analysis of the usage of artificial intelligence in today’s graphic design.
Studying the trends in layout design of feature articles in outdoor magazines.
To examine the graphic design as an instrument of identity assertation for indigenous people.
Evaluating the aesthetic values of the two-dimensional visual design structure.
A literature review of the basic graphic designs.
Studying the importance of artistic sensibility in graphic designing.
Analysing the role of brainstorming and mocking up design ideas.
An analysis of the projecting budgets and schedules in graphic designing.
Studying the importance of design education beyond boundaries in the 21st century.
A review of the new perspectives on visual communication design education.
An empirical study of applying narrative theory to graphic design courses.
An investigation of creativity in graphic designing education from psychological perspectives.
Studying the end-users challenge graphic designers intuition through visual-verbal co-design.
An analysis of the trends in graphic design over the past decade.
Exploring the factors that contributed to the evolution of digital art.
A literature review on the graphic novel.
Analysing the relationship between graphic design and pop-culture.
Identification of the qualities that a professional graphical designer must possess.
Exploring the distinctive features of web-design using secondary research.
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How to write the perfect design dissertation
Tutors and students from top design colleges share their advice.
Studying design is about crafting a great design portfolio that will wow potential employers, right? Well, yes. But don't discount the importance of astute creative thinking, and expressing yourself eloquently through the written word. In short, your design dissertation matters.
"I don't believe that design students should be focused entirely on portfolio work," argues Myrna MacLeod , programme leader for Graphic Design at Edinburgh Napier University. "They should also be able to demonstrate an interest in the contexts that underpin their work, and the histories and connections that have informed our practice."
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"Think of a dissertation as an opportunity, not a burden," urges Craig Burston , Graphic and Media Design course leader at London College of Communication (LCC). "It gives us visually-minded people an opportunity to demonstrate that we too can construct arguments and distil complex notions."
As Burston points out, this is not just an academic exercise: the power of persuasion is often key to success as a commercial designer. "Clients seek clarity, and project concepts or proposals need to be put into context," he says.
Read on to discover some top tips from leading tutors and their students for nailing your design dissertation…
01. Treat it like a design brief
"A great dissertation should be a designed artefact, and portfolio-worthy in its own right," says Burston. And like a design brief, it should be about solving a problem: "Make sure it has clearly stated aims, strong focus, and doesn't lack opinion or rhetoric," he adds.
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"The value of a designed dissertation as a portfolio piece is that it's a holistic view of the individual," agrees Sarah James , senior lecturer in Visual Communication at Arts University Bournemouth (AUB).
"It shows, type, editorial, research and aesthetic skill, as well as the personal interests and convictions of the individual."
James identifies AUB student Maarit Koobas , who investigated responsive type in both her dissertation and final project, as a particularly strong example of this. "Her design version was one of the most authentic, restrained and elegantly expressive I have ever received," she enthuses.
Koobas conducted a huge amount of initial research into both the contexts in which responsive type can be seen – such as advertising, product design, science and material cultures – and the theories behind its analysis, including semiotics, philosophy and politics. "Creating and analysing ideas, before they end up in your portfolio, is what design is all about," argues Koobas.
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02. Write about your passion
"To develop essay questions, AUB students are asked to consider what they love, hate or are puzzled by in their practice – essentially, what moves them," says James.
"A poor dissertation is inauthentically chosen for ease as opposed to interest," she adds. "It rambles and blusters, using complex language to mask insufficient research."
"You can tell a mile off when the writer isn't interested," agrees Burston. "How can you expect the reader to care about it if you don't? Write about something that reflects your interests, focus and direction. I've read fascinating dissertations on topics as diverse as patterns in nature, and Brutalist car parks. Make me interested in what interests you."
For Edinburgh Napier graduate Fiona Winchester , this topic turned out to be typography in graphic novels. "I love reading them, but I think people still don't take them seriously as an art form, which is a shame," she says. For her dissertation, she conducted qualitative interviews using modified pages with and without imagery (shown above).
Her advice is simple: "Narrow down your idea to be as precise as possible. The smaller your question, the easier it is to research and try to answer it."
If you're struggling to get the ball rolling on the actual writing process, Winchester advocates starting with whichever bit you have ideas for. "If you're stuck, it's so much easier to write in whatever order it comes to you, and then edit it into a dissertation, than to try write straight through from beginning to end," she insists.
03. Don't be afraid to talk to people
"I always think my students get the most out of the new streams of knowledge they find from talking to people," says McLeod. "It breaks down barriers and allows them to find answers to problems. Hopefully they will adopt that approach when designing for people also."
In some cases, this can involve interviewing your design heroes. "Students are very surprised when they send a question to Stefan Sagmeister , Milton Glaser or Michael Wolff and they reply with the most precious nugget of knowledge," smiles McLeod.
But remember: it's your dissertation, so don't get lazy and expect your interview subject to do all the heavy lifting.
In other cases, it could be as simple as asking friends or family to help proofread. "It is quite daunting writing such a large body of text," admits Kaori Toh , a recent graduate from Central Saint Martins, whose dissertation explored the politics of design and technology.
"I often felt I'd get lost in all that text and research," she confesses. "Therefore, I would often send my drafts to a couple of friends to have them look through, and keep my writing cohesive."
04. Reflect on your design practice
Most of all, dissertations are an opportunity to reflect on, and develop, your creative process as a designer. "Ultimately, it's your job to make your work relevant and credible, and the dissertation helps you learn how to do this," adds Burston.
Of course, writing doesn't always come easily to visually minded people – and Burston highlights the fact that dyslexia is not uncommon amongst designers.
"You're not on your own – in our profession, quite the opposite in fact – so do seek academic support, and just enjoy thinking and writing about 'stuff' that informs your practice," is his advice.
One of Burston's stand-out students from this year, Tom Baber , welcomed support from the university to help with his dyslexia. Baber's dissertation focused on type design, and particularly the extent to which the longwinded design process is worth the effort, compared to using an existing typeface.
"I saw it as an opportunity to approach other type designers and see what they thought. Turns out I'm not the first to ask the question," he smiles. "Writing my dissertation helped me change from a 'maker' mentality to a 'designer' mentality, and be more critical of my ideas."
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110 Fantastic Graphic Design Thesis Ideas To Succeed
Graphic Design is an art where professionals plan and practice creating visual and textual content to deliver messages. In today’s world, it’s the most innovative and most effective way for businesses to connect with their consumers.
Graphic design has many forms, from a simple business logo to a complex page layout on a website. The magazine covers, posters, logos, business cards, websites, and mobile apps are only a few examples of what graphic design businesses can deliver as their concept to their clients and audience. A good graphic designer should know how to attract people by displaying innovative and appealing content. Hence, it’s crucial to master the ways to express ideas creatively.
Why Is Graphic Design Thesis Important for Students?
Creating an excellent thesis using some unique and intricate graphic design research topics is essential to have a successful career in this field. Also, it’s crucial to do graphic design research to wow potential employers for good prospects. The thesis paper is the gist of what you have learned for your bachelor’s degree in university life; therefore, it’s vital to showcase creative thinking and impressive skills. There are tons of thesis ideas for graphic design that allow the students to be creative and show their full potential. To help you ace your graphic design research paper, we will be discussing every step of creating the thesis in detail.
Creating A Winning Thesis Proposal for Graphic Design
For the best graphic designing thesis project, students should have strong writing skills and complete knowledge of visual design principles. Moreover, students should know the advanced application of the skills they have learned. Furthermore, choosing the topic according to your grade in school, college or university is essential. Senior students can choose a thesis topic from the several graphic design senior thesis topics available online. Sometimes people attend workshops to learn the art of creating an impressive graphic design research paper. We have simplified the thesis writing process for students who are not keen to participate in workshops. People who have some knowledge may also benefit from the blog as it provides simple tips that you can follow to get started. Here are some things to keep in mind when preparing and writing you graphic design dissertation:
- Have a catchy introduction. A perfect intro will create a good impression and would encourage the reader to read on. Therefore, it’s essential to choose a passionate topic as anything written with heart can easily catch the reader’s attention. Unleash your artistic side to express yourself eloquently. It’s better to start with a short introduction. Keep it brief so that you can capture the reader’s attention.
- Create a strong problem Statement. Knowing the background of the problem or the topic you are dealing with allows you to create a convincing problem statement. In this part of the thesis, you will highlight your research question around the cause of your research. You should write a page-long description of evaluating various options and choose the most suitable one. This part of the graphic design research doesn’t have to be elaborate.
- Include an Aim and Objectives of the Study section. Use this part of the thesis to provide reasons why the chosen topic is significant. Let the reader know about your intent behind the research. These are the outcomes that you hope to achieve from your project. Also, use this part of the graphic design writing to display the objectives behind your research. The reader should have all the answers to why you want to address the highlighted graphic design issues.
- Describe the method you use. In this section of your thesis, describe the methodology you will use to attain your goal. You should highlight all the methods available, compare them and select the most viable option. You can add details about the software, print media, or any other media platform you have used to complete your graphic design writing.
- Prepare a literature review. Creating a literature review is an integral part of the project as it contains details of the type of research you carried out and how you conducted them. Also, it provides a theoretical framework for your dissertation, giving the reader an insight into where you started, the ideas you chose, and where the concepts have brought you.
- Highlight the key ideas, scope, and limitations of the study. Coming towards the end of your research, you should specify the critical objectives attained from the project. Also, the project’s scope should identify the advanced uses and the limitation of the concept discussed in the thesis. Keep your content original and take as much thesis help you need from the sources available for an outstanding dissertation.
Graphic Design Thesis Topics
According to your interest, there are many topics you can look for on the internet for your graphic design thesis topic. We have researched to compile the 110 most interesting graphic design research paper topics; you are sure to find the best one for your thesis. From environment enthusiast to an art school student, our diverse topics will help you find the best topic for your thesis.
Best Graphic Design Thesis Topics
- Uses Of Graphic Design To Create Environmental Awareness
- Current And Future Trends In The Commonly Used Software For Graphic Designs
- Design And Culture Expectations
- Enhancing Understanding Through Visual Imaging
- The New Graphic And Media Designs
- The Fall Of Desktop Publishing
- Development Of Web Animation.How The Internet Shaped Animation Content
- The Evolution Of Newspaper Ads In The Technological Era
- Role Of Personality In Arts
- Set Creation In The Film Industry Using Graphic Design
- Theme Design For Restaurants
- Elements Of Persuasion And Graphic Design
- Commercial Design: Dealing With The Clients To Facilitate Feedback
- Organisationational Branding And Websites.
- Role Of Visual Hierarchy To Create Customer Perception Of E-Commerce Stores
- Art Directors: Transformational Heads
- How Graphic Designs Are Used In The Making Of Directories
- Role Of Graphic Design In The Evolution Of Modern Cinema
- Creating A Colorful Classroom
- Typeset: Principles And Techniques
- How Color Theory Effects Graphic Design
- How To Smartly Use Space In Design Esthetics
- Effect Of Organizational Branding And Logos On Sales
- Use Of Graphic Design For Social Commentary And Street Art
- Use Of Graphic Design For Movie Festival Promotion
- Newspaper Ads And Graphic Design. How They Mold Consumer Buying Behavior
- Graphic Designing Tools And How The Industry They Have Impacted The Industry
- How Does Color Psychology Trigger Emotions? A Case Study On Baker-Miller Pink
Top Graphic Design Thesis Ideas
- A Case Study On Renowned Graphic Designers Of The Time
- Influence Of Tv On Graphic Design
- Role Of Computers In The Evolution Of Graphic Design
- How Graphic Design Is Used In Game Interfaces To Attract Consumers
- Importance Of Balance In Creating Impressive Visuals. A Graphic Design Basic
- Conventional Designing Software Vs. Online Graphic Designing Tools. Which Is More Convenient?
- How Does Visual Heuristics Help In Segmenting The Viewer’s Attention?
- Use Of Graphic Design For Political Satire
- How Brands Use Negative Spacing To Affect The Subconscious Minds Of Consumers
- Role Of Web Graphics In Creating Visitor’s Trust
- Defining Consumer Perceptions To Web Designs
- Theories Of Graphic Design. Application And Importance In The Design Industry
- Human Psychological Connections And Color Selection
- How Online Gaming Trends Have Changed
- Impact Of Theory Of Repetition On Consumer Buying Behavior
- Multimedia Design And How It Has Changed The World Around Us
- Importance Of Graphic Design To Generate Sales For Online Service Providers
- Evolution Of Digital Art Over The Years
- Graphic Design In The 20th Century
- Advertisement And The Subliminal Messages
- Use Of Powerpoint Presentations To Create Amazing Designs
- Graphic Design Trends In The 21st Century
Excellent Thesis Ideas for Graphic Design
- Propaganda Posters: Political Messages
- How Email Marketing Has Changed
- Development Of Career Paths In Graphic Design
- Essentials Of Business Branding
- How Graphic Design Revolutionized Product Packaging
- Redesigning A Book Cover
- Growth Of Graphic Design Over The Years
- Evolution Of Vehicle Wraps Using Graphic Design
- Cost-Benefit Analysis Of Investing In A Graphic Designer
- Analyzing The Role Of Colors In Graphic Design
- Trade Show Displays And Signage To Create Attention
- Analyzing Various Techniques Used By Graphic Designers
- Use Of Graphic Design To Create Infographics
- Exploring How Service Design Impacts Visual Information
- Studying The Application Of Graphic Design In Advanced Technology
- How Does The Use Of Warm Colors Help Viewers Connect With Your Facebook Posts
- A Case Study On Consumer Psychology-Difference Between Warm And Cool Colors
- Use Of Graphic Design To Create Images For Blogs
- Use Of Artificial Intelligence In Graphic Design
- Photo Collages And Their Importance For Youngsters
- Evaluating The Value Of The Visual Design Structure
Interesting Graphic Design Research Topics
- Impact Of Artistic Sensibility In Graphic Design
- How Banners To Aid In Conveying Messages
- Analyzing Average Budget For Graphic Design Projects
- Importance Of Graphic Design Education Across Borders
- Impact Of Appealing Products On Consumer Choices
- Retargeting Ads To Reach Out To The Target Market More Efficiently
- Perspectives Of People On Visual Communication Design Education
- Learning How To Apply The Theory To The Graphic Design Course
- Analyzing The Trends In Graphic Design During The Past Decade
- Graphic Novel-A Literature Review
- Business Cards. An Essential For Businesses
- Relationship Between Pop Culture And Graphic Design
- Recognizing The Qualities Of A Professional Graphic Designer
- Using Secondary Research To Explore The Various Features Of Web Design
- Creative Coloring Books For Kids
- Outcomes And Impact Of Graphic Design On The Consumer Market For The Top Brands Of The Country
- Reinterpretation Of A Classic Book Cover
- How Does The Design Language Trigger Brand Retention In The Minds Of Customers
- Use Of Animation To Create Beautiful Postcards
- 10-Minute Projects That Will Amaze You
Graphic Design Senior Thesis Topics
- Use Of Graphic Design To Create A Plant Identifying App
- Flat Logo Designs V/S Gradient Logo Designs. A Case Study On The Automobile Industry
- Use Of Computer Graphics And Advertisement To Change Consumer Behavior
- Effect Of Contrast Colors To Drive Consumer Buying Behavior
- Passion Project: Following Your Dream
- How Businesses Use Brochures To Attract Sales
- Use Of Print Media And Advertisements To Change Consumer Buying Behavior
- Logos. Essential For A Business Image
- How Clothing Brands Use Graphic Design To Create Designs
- 20th Century Evolution Of Computer Graphics
- A Case Study On Computer Graphic Designers
- Impact Of Using Filters In Videos To Gain Customer Attention And Sales
- Use Of Psychological Triggers In Graphic Design To Create Customer Loyalty
- Effect Of Limited Financial Plan On Graphics
- Commercial Distinctiveness And Graphic Design
- A Case Study On The Top Marketing Agencies Of The Country
- A Case Study On Apple. How It Molds Consumer Buying Behavior
- How Does The Consumer Remember Your Brand? A Case Study On Louis Vuitton
- Impact Of Design To Create Sales For E-Commerce Stores
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Graphic Design Dissertation Topics
Graphic Design is all around us, from simple advertisement strategies that we may view on the television or in the newspaper, to complex animation designs and or interactive museum exhibitions. This helps to provide an array of different opportunities for completing an engaging and innovative graphic design dissertation, with there being a number of different topic areas that are susceptible to further analysis. Some of the most important topic areas that exist within the field of graphic design include: graphic design and its impact on culture, graphic design in business and marketing, gaming and the influence of graphic design, animation and entertainment, graphic design in historical art, and the mediating role of technology on graphic design.
Graphic Design & Culture
Graphic design in business, gaming & graphic design, animation & entertainment, historical art.
It is evident that graphic design forms a significant role in day-to-day lives, with this instantly highlighting the significance of it on how cultures are created and communicated. From native paintings to bespoke designs to represent specific cultures, it is vital to understand how graphic design is used across the world to represent different cultures.
- The impact of graphic design on culture: A case study analysis of the works of Banksy.
- A critical analysis of how people can use graphic design to communicate their feelings and emotions.
- Graphic design across the globe: A critical comparative analysis of key design elements in North America and South-East Asia.
- A picture shows a thousand words: How can graphic design be used to communicate different elements of international cultures?
- Can graphic design be offensive: A critical analysis of offensive design elements throughout global cultures.
- Supporting the blind: An analysis of how graphic design can be a gateway to further communication for those with visual impairments.
Organisations are investing more and more of their financial resources into graphic design and marketing to help improve the way in which they communicate with customers and promote positive internal messages. This lends itself to many new study areas that aim to explore how graphic design can be managed in the organisational setting, and what the potential return on investment is for these strategies is.
- An analysis of how graphic design can be used in corporate advertisement strategies to influence purchasing behaviour.
- A critical analysis of the use of graphic design in mass communication strategies.
- Cost-benefit analysis in graphic design: A comparative evaluation between using experienced or novice graphic designers.
- An analysis into the use of costing and budgeting methods to predict if outsourcing graphic design or managing it in-house is the most effective method for acquiring a positive return on investment.
- The use of graphic design to promote internal communication strategies: How can health and safety be improved through innovatively designed posters and bulletins?
- The new core component of marketing: A critical analysis into graphic design and how it can support the marketing function.
- A critical analysis on the use of graphic design to develop innovative and engaging logos.
The gaming industry has grown significantly over the past thirty years, with this resulting in massive advancements in both technology and game development. This includes graphic design, with there being many different ways to graphically represent a game depending on the target audience and genre.
- Graphic design within the gaming industry: A critical review of key concepts, theories, and literature.
- How important is graphic design within the overall gaming experience: A review of graphic design against storyline.
- Can graphic design be used to support game campaign development?
- A critical review of different graphical design elements within the video game industry.
- How can gaming developers use graphic design to engage with their primary target audience?
Another key industry in which graphic design is firmly rooted is animation and entertainment, with there being significant developments in this industry that has quickly evolved how graphic design is managed. This ranges from moving to more computer-based systems as opposed to drawn-out storyboards and stop-motion capture, with there being opportunity to review what the strengths and weaknesses are of these alternative animative techniques.
- A critical comparison between the process of design animation and motion graphics.
- Is simulated graphic design animations the future of entertainment, or does stop-motion animation still have a future in the entertainment industry?
- An analysis of the importance of the content of an animation in comparison to how aesthetically pleasing the finished animation appears.
- How can animations be created to have an influence on human behaviour and emotions: A review of theme, colour, and aesthetics.
The roots of graphic design can be traced back hundreds of years, with many believing cave-man drawings and hieroglyphics represents humanities first attempt at graphic design. This naturally provides numerous avenues for potential study that aims to contextualise where graphic design came from, and what the future may look like.
- Cave-man drawings and hieroglyphics: An analysis into the most primitive and first discovered methods of graphic design.
- A critical analysis on the history of graphic design between 1950 and 2020.
- Learning from the past: A review of postmodernist graphic design elements and how this may shape the future of contemporary graphic design.
- Graphic design in Roman and Greek periods: Does historical artwork influence modern day graphic design elements?
Finally, it is clear that technology forms an imperative role in both organisational and social lives, with graphic design also being influenced by the many advancements that have occurred throughout technology. Although there are many technological advancements that are relatively new into the field of graphic design, this does provide ample opportunity to conduct a critical review on the mediating role of technology.
- How has the development of software packages influenced typical typefaces and print styles in graphic design?
- The evolution role of graph design in the 21st century: What is the mediating role of technological advancements?
- Is technology a requirement for innovative graphic design concepts: A comparison between computer-based design and hand-drawn design.
- The use of Computer Aided Design (CAD) tools and the influence they have on the development of graphic design exhibits.
- Designing for interacting e-books: How can graphic design be used to improve the accessibility of online books and learning tools?
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M.A. and M.F.A. graduates develop innovative future practices, broaden scholarly research in visual design and make a meaningful contribution to society – all through the process of writing practical and scholarly thesis.
Graduates dive into design’s impact on issues in business, wayfinding and 3D design, finance, education, letterpress, healthcare and information management. Numerous graduates have jumpstarted their careers in graphic design from thesis projects.
Past thesis projects have answered questions such as how mobile technology can increase a child’s exposure to outdoor play; how explaining a student’s educational loan debt visually might influence borrowing decisions; and how companies as large as Microsoft could improve recruitment technology for mobile job-seekers.
View an archive of thesis projects that are unavailable digitally here .
Recently Completed Thesis Projects
Recognition and denotation of photographic manipulation.
By: Kathryn Lynn Voith
The media is often blamed for poor body image and low self-esteem due to its use of Photoshop and other editing programs to create a beauty ideal that many consider unrealistic and unattainable. Previous research has shown that an understanding of manipulation used in these images tempers the negative effects, but no research has been done to determine the average level of media literacy when viewing manipulated photographs. This study surveys a college-aged audience to determine their ability to identify photographic manipulation and their acceptance of different levels of editing, and determine whether or not a photographic denotation system indicating manipulation is needed in the industry... Read more.
Beyond the Screen: Embedded Interfaces as Retail Wayfinding Tools
By: Kathleen Barnes Evans
This paper aims to widen the discourse on experience as an economic entity, which exists within retail settings that are deliberately designed and carefully controlled by service providers to elicit desired consumer behaviors. This body of research aims to underscore the importance of in-store wayfinding within the specific context of grocery shopping in large supermarkets by investigating the current state of affairs in the art of consumer experience design and the differentiation of consumer experience through wayfinding in retail spaces... Read more.
Success Metrics and Sustainable Business Models in Social Innovation Design Firms
By: Jordan Kauffman
This thesis is an investigation into sustainable business models and the different evaluation methods utilized in social innovation design. Over the last twenty years, there has been an increase in awareness and desire within the design industry to utilize design as a way to help solve some of the large, systemic social problems facing people all over the world. To make this work financially and sustainably, designers are utilizing a variety of for-profit and nonprofit business models. However, these business models are potentially hindering social innovation designers’ access to the resources needed to measure the impact of their work... Read more.
Chasing Vertical: Diversity & Recognition in the field of Graphic Design
By: Omari Souza
Despite the growing number of minority students entering college, those numbers are not reflected in design-related fields. A recent Georgetown study suggests that African Americans are far better represented in the social serving fields than in any other majors. Chasing Vertical- Diversity and Recognition in the field of Graphic Design utilizes design research methods to investigate what African American students prioritize when choosing a college major. The intention of this investigation is to gain a better understanding of why the design field has failed to attract African American students, and what practitioners and recruiters in the field can learn from the successes of other fields in developing diverse populations of learners... Read more.
Symmetrical Speech: Qualitative Textual Analysis In Humanist Digital Design
By: Alan Walker
There is a widely held colloquialism that iPhones have more computing power than NASA's Apollo mission control systems. How a person sorts out the technicalities of this assertion is beyond the point; most people can agree that modern computers provide dynamic opportunities for a range of applications. One such application is research and inquiry in the field of the Humanities including history, literature, and culture. Specifically, academics studying textually based, artifacts past and present. People may now input a body of text such as a speech or poem into a digital tool that will output a reading of minuscule detail. During the interaction the researcher can easily discover: the frequency of certain words, recurring parts of speech, and even emotional sentimentality... Read more.
Breath in Motion: Breath Awareness Design Research Study
By: Cassandra Reese
The rising crescendo of the digital lifestyle has profoundly affected the human capacity for sustained focus. Since 2000, the human attention span has dropped from 12 to 8 seconds, with decreased long-term focus as users increase digital consumption. With users not getting off their devices anytime soon, and technostress on the rise, the question arises how designers might better meet users where they are by designing more mindful interactions. Research in the field of mindfulness shows its potential to reduce stress, increase productivity, and improve overall wellbeing... Read more.
Video games help to prepare girls for a competitive future in STEM: An analysis of how video games help to build visual-spatial skills and the positive influence early childhood gaming can have on girls
By: Leigh Hughes
Play is beneficial for children in every aspect of their lives. Play gives kids the freedom to explore and problem solve while freely using their imagination in a safe environment. Looking forward, it is imperative to allow girls this freedom to explore digital games and all of their possibilities. Video games help to build visual-spatial capabilities, which is the ability to mentally construct and organize 3-dimensional objects in an imaginary space (Paul, 2013), a skill that promotes advanced mathematical and engineering skills... Read more.
Organic Web Design: Exploring Nature as Metaphor in Responsive Web Design
By: Alex Catanese
he rise of responsive design as an approach to web design in the last decade has shaped the ways that designers consider the web as a medium. As this approach has developed, its practitioners have begun forming patterns and templates which might limit alternative modes of thinking in the field. Criticism of this approach is still in its early stages, leaving open an opportunity for reflection, expansion, and the exploration of alternative modes of thinking and making for considering the medium. The web browser has properties which are inherently flexible, fluid, and adaptive—begging for a parallel exploration of flexible, fluid, adaptive systems as external inspiration for web design... Read more.
Audio & Visual Design Designing Holistic Sensory Experiences within Environments
By: Quintin Jon Steele
What are the sensory limits of design? Will emerging technologies continue to push design into new realms of practice? How can multimodal environments adapt to users providing more holistic sensory experiences? What is the role of a graphic designer, in the growing world of multimodal design? My thesis research investigates the ways audio and visual cues combine to create more dynamic and immersive environments... Read more .
Using typography and iconography to express emotion (or meaning) in motion graphics as a learning tool for ESL (English as a second language) in a multi-device platform
By: Anthony John Ezzo
Using typography and iconography to express emotion (or meaning) in motion graphics as a learning tool for ESL (English as a second language) in a multi-device platform. Expressive typography in motion graphics were used to explore vocabulary learning for ESL students. The three widely used teaching methods include: behaviorism, phonics, and grammar translation... Read more .
Application of the Deconstructive Discourse as a Generative Thinking Framework
By: Daniel Ricardo Echeverri
Strategies, systems, experiences and services are part of the new challenges faced today by design students and designers. These challenges include shifting audiences with specific needs due to the broad offer of services and products that often create new needs. These needs include limited resources, sustainable solutions with low environmental impact, and production costs... Read more .
Usability of WordPress for Visual Communication Designers
By: Victoria J Pickett
WordPress is currently the most popular content management system. The popularity of content management systems is that they allow websites to be built and maintained by nontechnical users without requiring a programmer. This thesis looks at the usability of the WordPress Dashboard interface for visual communication designers... Read more .
Private Labels and Personal Care: A Focus on Store Brand Package Design, Branding Design and Consumer Attitudes Towards Private Label Personal Care Products
By: Larrie Leon King
National manufacturer brands generally outsell private label brands in most product areas. For instance, Hoyer and Brown found that when inexperienced buyers were asked to decide between two brands, they were more likely to choose the brand name with which they were most familiar. However, during periods of economic distress, consumers tend to purchase store brand products, as they are generally less expensive than those branded nationally... Read more .
Strategies for Graphic Design aimed at the Multiple Sclerosis Community: The Development of the Inclusion Framework to Assist in Design Thinking and Visual Communication Artifacts
By: Andrew Brian Fogle
This thesis will address the challenges of living with MS by researching visual communication in a printed context to ensure that current best practices are creating accessible and comprehensible communications for this audience. The primary and secondary research will focus on three specific symptoms common in the community. Visual impairment, cognitive changes and fatigue are key manifestations of the MS community and the symptoms that could be most affected by inaccessible design choices... Read more .
Designer as Cultivator: An Exploration in Critical Making for the Care of Interdisciplinary Culture
By: Ryan M Hammond
Alongside design's growth as an interdisciplinary field of study and practice throughout the last century, debate has arisen as to its role in the cultivation of society. At a fundamental level, it can be considered a method of action that determines successful communication of an idea, whether that idea is forthright or implicit. As a multifaceted field that encompasses several concentrations of specialized study, it has historically played the role of mediator between the arts and sciences—an interdisciplinary approach to communication that shares notable similarities with classical rhetoric... Read more .
Designing for Museum Relevancy: Improving Innovation and Adaptability in Museum Management with Design Thinking
By: Rachel K. Hellgren
As many art museums continue to struggle with funding and maintaining relevancy, they also remain internally divided. Museum professionals hired for their expertise tend toward an internally dominant mindset that can drive interdepartmental segregation. They also do not look to the visitor as a deep source of innovation. Recent changes in philanthropic patterns are intensifying the never-ending challenges of funding and budget cuts... Read more .
Biometrics in Interaction and Interface Design
By: Joshua A Kruszynski
This research investigates the creation of human-computer interfaces which adapt to the cognitive strain of individual users. Research is already underway to employ biometrics for purposes other than medical diagnosis, such as identification and control of prosthetics. This research considers biometric systems—specifically EEG—in the context of interface design, for the purposes of common human-computer interaction... Read more .
Information Acquisition and Sequential Narratives
By: Chad Allen Lewis
This thesis explores the comic’s role in reading comprehension and information acquisition. The comic medium offers a potentially high level of effectiveness due to the visual narrative’s many modalities of learning within it’s constitution, both design and aesthetic. Specifically, this thesis explores the comic’s inherent design elements to determine the effectiveness of the sequential visual narrative as a vehicle to tell substantive stories through the intersection of visual and textual storytelling... Read more .
Developing an Arabic Typography Course for Visual Communication Design Students in the Middle East and North African Region
By: Basma Almusallam
Typography is one of the main elements of visual communication design. Acquiring good typographical skills is crucial for designers to effectively convey information and meaning. These skills should be taught in schools by applying a proper typographic foundation and improving skills through experience. Arabic typography has been recently introduced in Visual Communication Design programs in the Middle East and North African region with an emphasis on typeface design... Read more .
Experiential Graphic Design: Generating Urban Renewal by Improving Safety and Connectivity in Bicycle Pathways
By: Molly Lawrence
Post-industrial cities today are experiencing an influx of new generations moving into local urban communities. Street culture and walkable downtowns and districts are progressively developing in these urban areas, and the need is present for safer and interconnected bicycle infrastructure. Research has proven that the success of a walkable and bikeable environment plays a significant role in the comprehensive sustainability of a city... Read more .
User-Centered Approach for Takeout Packaging Design
By: Tipsaran Choknitivet
Competition of grocery store prepared meals has become more intense in the market today. According to The NPD Group’s ongoing foodservice market research, over 40 percent of the U.S. population purchases prepared foods from grocery stores, and consumers rate visits to grocery stores higher than traditional quick service restaurants on variety and healthy options. However, Packaging Matters, the signature consumer research study in 2015, collects data about the role of packaging in product satisfaction... Read more .
Fluid identity: History & Practice of Dynamic Visual Identity Design
By: Jason E. Murdock
The main aim of this thesis is twofold. Firstly, this investigation seeks to broaden the scope of graphic design history as it pertains to visual identity design by documenting the existence of an alternative paradigm—dynamic visual identity design—which has developed alongside the prevailing visual identity design paradigm—static visual identity design—but which is not currently well documented or understood... Read more .
Designing for Hedonic Shopping Motives: Creating a Framework for E-commerce Imagery
By: Shelby Elizabeth Muter
The ways in which people research, shop and purchase items has evolved in tandem with the evolution and expansion of e-commerce consumer purchasing. However, the reasons that people shop have essentially stayed the same. It is widely accepted that consumers are motivated by either utilitarian or hedonic goals. Utilitarian consumers are primarily concerned with purchasing products in an efficient and timely manner; whereas, hedonic consumers are primarily focused on the potential entertainment and enjoyment that arises from the shopping experience (Childers, Carr, Peck & Carson, 2001)... Read more .
Small Businesses and Their Perceived Value of Design
By: Ian McCullough
This study is a study of small business owners and their perceptions on graphic design. The basis for this study was to gain an understanding of whether or not small businesses view professional graphic design as a beneficial service worth pursuing, and why or why not they are employing the services of professional designers... Read more .
Design Interjection for Business Incubators
By: Todd Louis Wendorff
No matter how an entrepreneur defines failure, statistics on the success rate of start-up businesses is disheartening. Around 30 to 40 percent of start-up businesses liquidate all assets, losing all investor funding, while 70 to 80 percent fail to produce the projected return on investment. There is a strong need for effective incubation facilities which compress the learning curves of the start-ups and provide them with necessary initial support in order to improve their sustainability... Read more .
Design Education for Ugandan Secondary Schools
By: Penina Acayo
Uganda has one of the highest youth unemployment rates in Sub-Saharan Africa. Despite this predicament, young adults have the ability and the capacity to drive positive social change and economic growth, if given the appropriate resources and opportunities” (International Youth Foundation, 2011)... Read more .
Designing for Education Debt Management: Improving Student Financial Experiences Through Design
By: Jason Bacher
For a growing number of students, education debt is becoming a familiar and common reality. Borrowing money for a college education is unlike any financial experience that exists today. Unlike taking out a loan for a car or a mortgage for a home, students enroll in a cycle of continuous investing-potentially carrying on for a lifetime... Read more .
Decentralized Design Management: Managing People and the Design Process for a Geographically Dispersed Creative Team
By: Brian Buirge
Collaboration is a key factor to fostering innovation, and in the creative economy innovation is indispensable to success. Advances in technology are evolving the ways in which designers, as well as people in every profession, collaborate. The growth of social networking, instant messaging, web conferencing, online project management, and even distance learning are clear indicators of this evolution... Read more .
From the Wall to the Web: A Microformat for Visual Art
By: Emir Bukva
When I was an undergraduate student at Edinboro University of Pennsylvania, I worked for the Art History department. My job was to digitize as many 35 mm analog slides as I could from a library of thousands... Read more .
Capturing the Present, Engaging the Future: Designing a Social History Network in a Digital Age
By: Aimee Crane
For thousands of years, stories have been the ultimate source and basic instruction for human emotion and understanding. Stories operate on many levels and communicate on multiple ways that we as humans understand and appreciate... Read more .
An Informed Emergency: Improving Patient Comfort and Comprehension in and After the Emergency Department
By: Ben Dansby
Several months before beginning this thesis project, I was struck one day with a pain in my abdomen that had me literally writhing on the ground. I called a friend, and through gritted teeth, I asked if he could take me to the emergency room... Read more .
SYNC IN PROGRESS: Connecting the Technology Gap Between Gen Y Students and Their Professors
By: Jason Goupil
The Millennials are a group, born from 1977-1994, that have experienced great technological advancements during their formative years as children. Cell phones, computers, the internet, social networks, video games, iPods, digital tablets, and GPS have impacted their lives in big ways... Read more .
Painting heroes: Using illustration to improve the standing of baseball in the inner city
By: Steven E Hughes
This thesis explores the development of a series of illustrated portraits of current African American baseball players. It documents the artistic process and research necessary to make a narrative painting... Read more .
Teaching Design Concepts through Letterpress
By: Robert Keleman
Teaching Design Concepts through Letterpress Are tactile and visual demonstrations using letterpress equipment useful in teaching basic design concepts to undergraduate graphic design students? College freshmen have grown up with the computer as a learning tool... Read more .
Note-taking and Information Retention and Recall
By: Gary Meacher
Information retention is paramount to the education process. There is not a single act in academia that does not require extensive information recall. Beginning with the middle school grades, teachers increasingly rely on the lecture method of instruction. Incidentally, the middle grades are a critical period in the instruction of study skills as the students in that age range are developmentally ready to become strategic learners... Read more .
The American Craftsman: A Contemporary Revival
By: Nathanael Mucha
Beginning with the Arts and Crafts period in the 1800s, craft has established itself as a vital cultural and socio-economic force in Western society. As the original movement cooled at the beginning of the 20th century, it evolved under the pressures generated by World War I and II taking on different forms as it influenced various art movements... Read more .
Combining Digital Media and Unstructured, Outdoor Play in Order to Foster Healthy Child Development
By: Amy Dwyer Peck
More and more, children are spending time indoors in front of a television, computer or electronic gaming device. They are not spending time outside playing and interacting with other children and the natural world around them. Another aspect limiting children's opportunities for unstructured, outdoor play is their parent’s fear of the outside world, and a need to over-schedule, creating perfectly controlled environments for their children... Read more .
Online Learning as a Tool for Enhancing Design Education
By: Jason Richburg
Universities are under great pressure to lower costs and operate more efficiently. This fact has lead to the widespread adoption of distance learning as a means of delivering curriculum. Due to the fiscal demands of their universities, and in response to changes occurring in the professional realm, many design departments find themselves needing to adapt... Read more .
Business Environmental Design, Consumer Visual Literacy and Self-Concept
By: Sarah Rutherford
This research explores the hypothesis that the identity and environmental design of a business, whether created intentionally or not, attracts customers because it affirms some aspect of the customer’s self-concept... Read more .
Environmental Graphic Design Changing the Perceptions of Divided Communities through Cultural and Social Connectivity
By: Andrew Schwanbeck
Urban segregation occurs when a city’s diversities create perceived barriers around concentrated clusters of social groups. When these divisions are extreme enough, communities become shut off from the rest of the city and often fall into a perpetual cycle struggle and degradation... Read more .
The Dynamic Electronic Textbook: Enhancing the Student's Learning Experience
By: Kayne Toukonen
This thesis examines how contemporary education theory could support and justify certain advanced e-textbook design features, enhancing the student’s learning experience and fostering educational growth... Read more .
Diamond in the Rough: Telling the Story of Hough's League Park with Temporary Environmental Graphic Design
By: Jennifer Vokoun
In Cleveland’s Hough neighborhood at the corner of East 66th and Lexington Avenue sits an abandoned brick building in front of a large open field. This is the only physical remnant of League Park, the ballpark where Cleveland’s professional baseball teams played from 1891 to 1950. For many this space is hallowed ground, rich in baseball history and Cleveland history... Read more .
Social Media as a Meas of Promoting Peer-Based Learning in Design Education
By: Adina (Feigenbaum) Warshawsky
Critique is an integral part of design education whereby students review and evaluate projects in order to learn design principles and develop skills such as self-evaluation and giving constructive feedback to others... Read more .
Using Design Strategy to add Value to a Political Campaign
By: Lee Zelenak
At the onset of a project, the first question designers like to ask is: why? It seems like such a simple question and yet far too often it goes unanswered, or the answer is, 'Because we have always done it like this.' What has always attracted me to the concept of design strategy is that it provides a platform to help design better understood goals, objectives, and possibilities, while also providing tangible results showing better outcomes... Read more .
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