Advice for students

Alissa Walker from MFA Interaction Design on Vimeo.

My good friend Liz Danzico, the new director of the School of Visual Art’s MFA Interaction Design program, tapped me and 13 other designers, writers and educators to make short videos giving advice to design students. Since I waited until the last minute to get it to her (of course), I found myself in a Doubletree Inn in Holland, Michigan and was inspired to do a video about bad design. Go figure.

Channeling more than a little Ze Frank, who used to make a video a day for a year, and often had to produce them in hotel rooms, I used the plentiful, appropriate props that were around me. Enjoy!

You can watch all the rest of the videos here. And thanks to Liz for asking!

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