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    KU Design Week is an annual series of events that aims to promote design thinking and creativity at the University of Kansas. Each year, the week… Read More
    KU Design Week is an annual series of events that aims to promote design thinking and creativity at the University of Kansas. Each year, the week has a unique theme that influences the schedule of events and overall visual identity. A Work in Progress is defined as an individual who has not yet reached his or her peak potential. As students in design, we often feel pressured to reach our peak with every project, but we need to remember that we are still developing into the designers we dream of being. We encouraged students to embrace their bad ideas, celebrate their mistakes and recognize all the progress they have made since day one. Read Less
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Work in Progress: KU Design Week 2017
KU Design Week is an annual series of events  that aims to promote design  thinking and creativity at the University of Kansas.  Each year, the week has a unique theme that influences  the schedule of events and overall visual identity.

A Work in Progress is defined as an individual who has not yet reached his or her peak potential. As students in design, we often feel pressured to reach our peak with every project, but we need to remember that we are still developing into the designers we dream of being. We  encouraged  students to embrace  their bad ideas, celebrate  their mistakes and recognize  all the progress they have made since day one.

Art Directors: Megan Snelten, Mary Sniezek

Designers: Ashton Dewey, Liz Knochelmann, Nicole Strubing, Chloe Hubler, Jake Crawford, Kelly Reeve, Kylie Dressman, Rhiannon Rosas, Jessie Brown, Evan Brown
Faculty Advisor: Andrea Herstowski
Award: National Student Show, 2017