Assistant Professor, Visual Arts
Jennifer Schuster has been actively involved in the design community for more than 20 years.
She began as a junior designer in 1995 for a small advertising agency in the Baltimore suburbs where she learned to design web sites using PageMill. Her work expanded and grew, as she continued her work at various small boutique design firms where she served as graphic designer, web designer, and finally creative director. She has designed websites, kiosks, interactive training, large-format posters, exhibits, art books, identity packages, posters, t-shirts, ads for social media and much, much, more.
She is a graduate of James Madison University with a Bachelor's degree in Media Arts and holds an MA degree from the Maryland Institute, College of Art in Digital Arts.
She has served as a volunteer for a number of community design collectives such as Girls Rock On The Web, AIGA Baltimore student portfolio reviews and UMBC's Center for Women in Technology.
Her current personal work explores the concept of blog technology as a platform for the unspoken words we collect.
Jennifer has previously taught graphic and web design at: Northern Virginia Community College, Maryland Institute, College of Art; Howard Community College; and Stevenson University. She continues to help clients solve design problems through her company DigitalJenn.
View Professor Schuster's work at her web site: http://www.digitaljenn.com