CCS alumni work with The Verge on an exclusive virtual reality interview with First Lady Michelle Obama
CCS Graphic Design alumni Marcus Mullins and Scott Waraniak, partners and designers of Lunar North worked with The Verge on an exclusive virtual reality interview with First Lady Michelle Obama on how she mastered social media.
Style Gurus: Two CCS Students Blog on Street Style at Fashion Web Site
Madison Koster and Natalie Miller, Advertising: Design students at CCS, are merging their love of fashion and design thinking as bloggers for CollegeFashionista.com, a fashion web site that showcases the latest styles and trends on college campuses around the world.
Meet 'Cross Stitch Creative' - a brand new, 5-year partnership between College for Creative Studies: Advertising Department and The Mars Agency
Meet 'Cross Stitch Creative' - a brand new, 5-year partnership between College for Creative Studies: Advertising Department and The Mars Agency. This unprecedented partnership allows our students to work on real projects, for real clients, for real money. The Mars Agency provides the impressive client list including Colgate, Wal-Mart, Pfizer and more, our students allow a global agency to to tap into a millennial think tank. It's a win win.
Unique Opportunities of the CCS MFA Interaction Design Program
Everyone knows we have thousands of interactions every day — with physical objects and products, digital devices and other people. But not everyone knows about interaction design, a new field that is focused on, that’s right, designing those interactions.
Alumnae Create Social-impact Design that goes Beyond Good Looks
Founded in 2009 by Nina Bianchi '04 and Libby Cole '04, Detroit-based studio The Work Department is dedicated to human-centered and participatory design processes. Running an all-woman workplace, the duo has for nearly seven years tried to expand the boundaries of what design can be — who should have access and how it can help strengthen communities.
CCS assistant professor displays work in conjunction with the Ann Arbor Film Festival
Scott Northrup, CCS assistant professor in Entertainment Arts and mixed media artist, currently has his video sculpture "WHERE THE BOYS ARE" on display at the Aquarium Gallery in Ann Arbor, Mich. in conjunction with the Ann Arbor Film Festival.
Two CCS Graphic Design students make the news with their school project
Two CCS Graphic Design students are making the news with their project/campaign, "Experience Detroit." They set up some ballot boxes throughout the city and encouraged feedback from the general public with cards to fill out that read, "I went to Detroit and - ."
Disney picks up CCS alumnus' original animated series "Country Club"
CCS alumnus Chris Houghton is unstoppable! Since graduating from CCS he's worked for an impressive list of clients including Cartoon Network, MADD, Warner Bros. Animation and Nickelodeon. Just last week Houghton announced that he would be leaving Nickelodeon to start working on his own, original series, "Country Club," which has been picked up by Disney and will debut in 2018.
CCS's Fashion Accessories Design program featured in Teen Vogue lookbook
Check out this lookbook in Teen Vogue featuring images from our new BFA Fashion Accessories Design program, which is headed by internationally acclaimed shoe designer Aki Choklat (pictured). We are so excited about this unique program!