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Kreuzberg

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Website
Strategy
Typeface

Brief

Build awareness for the Masters in Communication Design program at Parsons School for Design and showcase student work.

Solution

We worked closely with program director Brendan Griffiths to conceive of, design, and build a website specifically for the program. Early in the process, we decided that the website should have a clear point-of-view to position the program as the best place to study contemporary graphic design for interactive media.

We designed the site for two user modes: directly accessing program information and exploring student work. The final touch was designing a custom typeface that will be open-sourced for students to contribute to that can be used for other program assets.

Mobile screens of the Parsons MPS Communication Design page
Detail view of the glyph editing in type software