The Digital Media team also features custom graphic design work which is on display in almost every one of our projects. When reviewing our blogs and websites, video and animation, tutorials and presentation materials or our posters, you can see the wide variety of styles and design elements that have won us university-wide praise. Far beyond just making design choices based on making something simply look good, our talented staff constantly assess the needs of each project and work directly with the project partner to make each choice intelligently purposeful.
While our focus is primarily on academic projects related to the TLT Center’s mission, our team has worked with every area of the Seton Hall community to design logos, banners and websites. We have worked on video elements as well as computer generated and hand-drawn animation. In addition to these forms of new media, our also creates graphics for more traditional media such as poster production (http://www.shu.edu/offices/services/tltc-production-services.cfm) for conference and event presentations.
Examples of our workCode Blue
Code Blue is an online platform for engaging the community and teaching topics regarding Emergency Preparedness and Response. All of the design elements, from the engaging concept to the dynamic color scheme to the user-centric layout, were conceived and executed by the Digital Media team.Transition Boot Camp
John H. Shannon and Continuing Education and Professional Studies
This video was created as a promotional piece to advertise the Transition Boot Camp: Business Literacy and Career Management program held at Seton Hall. All of the pieces featured in this piece are hand-drawn by our staff.The Blue Orange
Office of Community Development, Seton Hall University’s Village Liaisons
The structure, layout and logo were all created by the team based on discussion with our university partners.