With over 30,000 hits in its second week the Graphic Design School blog is uniting graphic design students worldwide with high profile mentors from Leo Burnett agencies and Veerle Pieters.
Los Angeles, CA (PRWeb) May 26, 2009 -- The Graphic Design School announces the launch of its innovative new blog offering another platform for their students to showcase their talents. With 30,000+ hits in the second week, the blog looks sure to add to the school's success.
The Graphic Design School blog has attracted contributions from top agencies including Leo Burnett, the infamous Graphic Design student Jacob Cass, and one of the most influential designers on the web, Veerle Pieters. An occasional drawback of online education may be the feeling of isolation from your student community, therefore this blog, along with the student forum, bridges that gap for online students. The interactivity within this kind platform offers a global hub for meeting and exchanging ideas with mentors, experts, enthusiasts and fellow students.
Director Simone Giorgi says, "We are hoping that students will take full advantage of this platform to help launch their careers. This new generation of designers are a creative force to be reckoned with. They are smart, inventive and savvy like never before. The blog offers them an outlet to gain experience and exposure whilst studying. We have some extremely talented students completing our graphic design course and consider it an absolute privilege to play such a large part in their development and growth."
"It's very important for us that this blog continues to empower and educate our students further beyond the course. Design is always evolving, keeping abreast of trends, techniques and relevant information is far more important for students now than ever before. We are offering the most well rounded online education in graphic design today and the blog completes that picture. It's also a bunch of fun!" says Professor Kellie Schroeder.
Visit the blog through the The Graphic Design School's main websites:
The Graphic Design Course USA
The Graphic Design Course UK
The Graphic Design Course Canada
The Graphic Design Course Australia