A+D Projects Service Request

A+D Projects is an experimental studio made up of a group of upper-division graphic design students. We are a unique group with a wide variety of skills and strengths and we have come together to collaborate with each of the programs within the School of Art + Design. We provide our service to the varied programs in many different areas. We concept, design, code, problem solve, critique and produce while gaining real world experience, functioning much as an agency would.

At this time, we only serve groups within the PSU School of Art+Design; we can't accept projects from individual students, faculty, or classes. We also cannot accept projects from parts of PSU outside of the School of Art + Design (please contact the talented people at the PSU Graphic Design Center for projects outside of A+D: http://psugdc.com)

After completing the form, we'll be in contact to set up an initial meeting to get to know your project and what your needs for it are. Your team will create up to two rounds of concepts for you to select from, then produce a design for your project. If things aren't quite right, you'll have up to three rounds to work on minor text or layout issues.

This term, A+D Projects meets from 2–4:50pm in room 330 of the Art Building. While we prefer meeting during those hours, meeting times may sometimes vary depending on your and your student teams' individual availabilities.

New projects can be large or small, but please contact our team as soon as possible to allow them the maximum amount of time to design and product your project. Please note that projects due less than 15 working days after you submit are often not feasible.

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