Erin McLaughlin is a typeface designer at Hoefler & Frere-Jones in New York City. A Milwaukee native, she received a BFA in Graphic Design from the Minneapolis College of Art & Design and an MA in Typeface Design from the University of Reading, UK. She was the recipient of the 2011 SoTA Catalyst award for her Devanagari/Latin typeface, "Katari," and has spoken about Indic typography at the National Institute of Design in Ahmedabad, India.
Below, on this very page, you can submit a question for Erin. Imagine that, your very own question might be used during this event.
We look forward to his visit to Wisconsin Lutheran College, and this great opportunity to share this new series with you, please join us on Monday, March 25th.
The ecosystem of technology is always changing, so we need to share with our students, faculty, and community; those individuals who live, breathe, and influence the future, of technology.
The purpose of this series is to promote technology, the humanities, and Media Design to WLC and the community. Giving you, the audience, the oppertunity to meet professional creative people.
The goal of this interdisciplinary major is to produce four-year B.A. graduates who can apply for entry-level positions in design, business and/or communications careers. Graduates will be liberally educated, integrative thinkers, problem solvers and successful employees because they can take advantage of generalist and specialist experiences and training during their undergraduate education at WLC. Graduates will have had coursework in current software, to include Adobe Creative Suite, Adobe Flash and Adobe Dreamweaver at this writing.