It is the mission of this thesis to explore the portrayal of information as we know it. The graphic design industry of today is undergoing major changes, both good and bad. It is important to unlock the potential of these new opportunities, but more importantly we must not let ourselves forget our roots. This project exemplifies the harnessing of modern technology and the implementation of modern design processes. I believe that I have discovered some new aspects of portraying and organizing information by intensely involving myself in the process of this thesis project. Hence, the poster is transcended to offer a multileveled look at various informational systems. Text and image converge to form a new graphic visualization of how we absorbed different types of information. As we embrace the new technology of tomorrow, we must equally embrace new methods of communication. It is for this reason that I chose to explore the following project

Library of Congress Subject Headings

Rochester Institute of Technology.--College of Imaging Arts and Sciences--Posters; Posters--Technique; Computer graphics--Technique; Graphic arts--Technological innovations--Posters

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Document Type


Department, Program, or Center

School of Design (CIAS)


Remington, R. Roger

Advisor/Committee Member

Zakia, Richard

Advisor/Committee Member

Dickinson, David


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