During the first three years of Brian McIntire’s graphic design classes at Arcadia University, he never touched a computer. Instead, he used paper and scissors to lay out mocked-up newspapers and create design collages.
Arcadia’s focus on balance, grid, white space, typography, and color, along with what McIntire ’98 calls design thinking—or how to use a process to arrive at a solution to a problem—has stood him in good stead as he launched and continues to grow his burgeoning experience design company, Think Brownstone.
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