Open Access Honors Program Thesis
In the Graphic Communications program at UNI, the main focus is on print production. I decided to use my thesis as an opportunity to further explore and become familiar with digital media creation. I feel that strengthening these skills will be a valuable asset to my career development. There is a high demand for businesses and organizations to sustain an online presence. Companies also use digital media in their marketing campaigns and communication pieces.
The theme of real world application is also emphasized in the graphic communications program. Instructors relate the curriculum to the industry as a whole or a specific working environment. Many times, class projects are simulations of working with a customer to develop and deliver a product. To build upon my coursework and to further optimize my thesis experience, I decided to develop a product for a real world customer and application.
Year of Submission
Department of Industrial Technology
University Honors Designation
A thesis submitted in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the designation University Honors
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©2012 Holly Janae Richtsmeier
Richtsmeier, Holly Janae, "Application of Graphic Communications: Increasing the Functionality of the Aplington-Parkersburg School District Website" (2012). Honors Program Theses. 896.