I’ve seen a few posts being shared among college students who attend universities who have made the difficult decision to transition to online courses asking their schools for their money back. I totally get this, the rug has been pulled out and this is a completely understandable reaction. …

Me and my 2-year-old son napping on the beach

On this hump day, I am dreaming of Friday at 5 pm, actually who I am kidding, Friday at 9 pm and shutting down for a week-long beach vacation. To give you a clear picture of my beach vacation keep in mind this is with my partner, my 4-year-old–ocean obsessed–daughter…

Sample screens from the final prototype.

Establishing the Problem

Decoding the courses a college student must complete to graduate is challenging. In addition to university requirements, each program has its own course plan that students need to navigate and track. With student debt at an all-time high, taking the right courses in the right order can be what saves…

Graduating BFA students Ashlyne Quidley and Brittany Ramirez networking at Create, a job fair at Temple University’s Tyler School of Art and Architecture.

I took my first job in New York in August of 2001, during the collapse of the dot com bubble. Jobs were hard to come by but I wanted to live and work in NYC, and I was willing to do whatever it took to get there. After three months…

Abby Guido

Assistant Professor of Graphic and Interactive Design at Tyler School of Art, Temple University. Founder of Abby Ryan Design, a graphic design studio in Philly.

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