“I would just as soon that the process evaporates and you have to deal with the experience of the work.” - Chris Burden Recently, I was walking the gallery floors of the newer Broad Contemporary Art Museum at the Los Angeles County Museum of Art (LACMA). During every visit, there is always some piece that seems
The principle “Less is More” is a guideline which I try to ascribe to when designing for Chapman University marketing. Let’s start at the beginning. THE IDEA You, the client, have an exciting, impassioned idea for something you want realized graphically. I expect you to know your subject matter well enough to articulate
We love photos in Happenings and we’re guessing all our fellow bloggers do, too. They help tell the story, add visual interest and catch readers’ attention. So we wanted to give a shout out to the folks in Student Life who sent us a nice one recently. They knew the two ingredients they needed in
Hi everyone, Chapman University social media is ready for a minor facelift. We are looking to improve our Facebook and Twitter pages to contain inventive and relevant tabs, features, and video. Our first move? A Twitter Tab. There is a disconnect between social media platforms that makes it less convenient to check who you are
Chapman Family, If you are reading this, you have noticed that Quick Links is missing from the new homepage. Not to worry: when the rest of the site is delivered, we will be replacing quick links with something superior called a ‘welcome back’ page. In the meantime, quick links is still accessible from every other page on
Chapman Family, Thanks so much for your feedback on our new homepage. REMEMBER: the rest of the site won’t arrive until the Spring of 2012. However, we are excited to announce that our homepage has been updated with your thoughts in mind. Now, please provide feedback on the new (live) homepage! Some of the design
Hello Readers, As you may know, Chapman is getting a new website in the Spring of 2012. We are excited to announce Chapman’s new homepage which will launch this fall, and would like to post some images of the new design for feedback. Before you take a peek at the new site, there are just
With the new website under construction, what type of energy should you be putting into your existing chapman.edu pages? Should you change your old site? The short answer is “no…” with a “but.” NO: We don’t want to re-design sites, change the look or feel of pages, or make other extensive alterations at this point.