Tag Archives: Interactive Media and Graphic Design

MSB Students Brace Themselves for Website Redesign

By Richard S. Grossman, Internet Marketing Program Chair  Minnesota School of Business Students Brace Themselves for Applied Learning Project with Global Leader in Ankle Protection Visionary educator Sir Kenneth Robinson stated, “Collaboration is the stuff of growth.” A select group of talented Minnesota School of Business-Richfield students discovered the truth of those words firsthand during
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2014: A Year in Review at Minnesota School of Business-Richfield

Well, 2014 is coming to an end. As we reflect on the past year, we at Minnesota School of Business-Richfield are grateful for our families, friends, colleagues and most of all, our students. We’ve said hello to many new friends, and said goodbye to others. We’ve embraced our challenges as well as our successes. As we
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Interactive Media and Graphic Design Students Get Published

Several students in the interactive media and graphic design (IMGD) program here at Minnesota School of Business-Richfield (MSB) are working on an applied learning project that will certainly beef up their portfolios. Students Galen Grieman, Chris Koepsell and Andrew Bengtson are tasked with the conception, writing and designing of two pages in the next MSB
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It’s National Library Week: Get to Know Your Library Staff

National Library Week is upon us so we thought we’d get to know our resourceful library staff here at Minnesota School of Business-Richfield (MSB). Today, we meet two students workers who love helping fellow students find what they need: Interactive media and graphic design (IMGD) student Galen Grieman has been staffing our campus library two
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Bring on the Snow? Design Students Create Logos for St. Cloud Festivities

Interactive media and graphic design (IMGD) students at Minnesota School of Business-St. Cloud began to plan ahead for the winter holiday season this summer when the St. Cloud Downtown Council (DTC) asked them to design logos for their annual winter Nights and Lights Parade and Santa 5K Fun Run. When assigned the task to reach
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A ‘We Care’ Tale of 3 Cities, 4 Worksites and 50 Volunteers

Minnesota School of Business-St. Cloud embraced its seventh annual “We Care” Community Service Day with gusto this spring by volunteering at four sites in three different cities, moving nearly 20 tons of rock, planting seven trees, entertaining and educating a senior community, providing free training on campus to about 50 participants, and donating 200 inches
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Lessons in Graphic Design – How Face-to-Face Client Communication Creates Best Results

Interactive media and graphic design students in Kris Isaacson’s Design Studio class at Minnesota School of Business-St. Cloud learned that the best way to learn is to connect face-to face-with a client. Sometimes connecting with clients is the learning experience in school. Set aside the skill set; set aside the technology, and sometimes it’s the
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How to Take a Nontraditional Path to College

Tabatha Nentl feels that she didn’t exactly come to college through the front door. As a middle-aged woman and mother, she found herself at a crossroads in her life, needing to decide which path to take next. She explains, “[I could] stay on the same path I had been on and not truly be happy,
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Tastefully Done! Student Designs Sweet Logo for Small Business

Kristin Axel, a student earning an interactive media and graphic design degree at Minnesota School of Business-Richfield, was awarded the chance to design a logo for AnnMarie Bakeshop, a local small business located in Bloomington, Minn. Though AnnMarie Bakeshop is an established company that creates specialty cakes and cupcakes, known for tasting as good as
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Lessons from a Winter Nights and Lights Parade

The secret to having fun at a winter parade is to: 1) have it in St. Cloud, Minn., 2) make sure plenty of college students and staff decorate and participate, and 3) light up yourself and your vehicle as much as possible! Those were some of the lessons learned by Minnesota School of Business volunteers at
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