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The Division of Design educates and trains designers to create and develop concepts that optimize the function, value, and appearance of communications, products, and systems for the benefit of both industry and society.

We offer a Bachelor of Design (BDes) degree in the following majors: Industrial DesignInteraction Design, and Visual Communication Design. At the graduate level, a Masters of Design (MDes) degree is available.

Student Work

  • Design Show 2016
    Design Show 2016 in Jacob Lawrence Gallery
  • Industrial Design student work
    Industrial Design student work
  • Zephyr Search and Rescue app + vest by Curry and Hendrickson
    Christian Curry + Cadence Hendrickson, Zephyr search and rescue app + vest
  • ROAM by Julia Manchek
    Julia Manchek, ROAM, a digital publication about travel
  • Infographic by Khaito Gengo
    Khaito Gengo, Infographic: Too Good to Waste

Recent Design News

Patch for Mission to the Moon: 2030
Collaborations and connecting coursework to professional practice is a significant aim of the Industrial Design Program. The DESIGN 445 course during autumn quarter 2017 is an example of just how powerful these collaborations can be. Read more
Four instructional technicians
The School is happy to announce that our seven Instructional Technicians were nominated as a team for the UW 2018 Distinguished Staff Award. These staff play an integral part in the teaching mission of the School... Read more
Detail of When I Rub the Dead Skin of the Thing Against Me by C. Davida Ingram
C. Davida Ingram is the 2018 Jacob Lawrence Legacy Resident at the Jacob Lawrence Gallery, supported by an NEA Art Works grant. Her exhibition, A Book with No Pages, opens on Feb 6 and closes Mar 13. Read more

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