Joelle Riffle | Design Work at Parsons Scholars Program

As the program administrator of the Parsons Scholars Program, making sure that the work of the Parsons Scholars Program is shared with current students, prospective students, alumni and student workers, staff and faculty at Parsons and The New School, and broader communities is part of my role. I am able to complete ad hoc design projects as needed to promote events, recruit new students, and present about our work and the program to prospective students, as well as at conferences. Since I am also the administrator for the programming, I am often able to work alongside the director to develop the content and strategy around design pieces and other communications. Shown here are a sample of such ad hoc projects, of varying scales and audiences.

Program logo applied as vinyl for Parsons Festival exhibition in 2017
Recruiting poster distributed to all NYC public high school students to recruit for the Parsons Scholars Program in Fall 2017
Posters and graphics designed for Not Going Back inauguration day event
Poster promoting a panel of alumni of color reflecting on their career and creative pathways
Handout promoting end of year events in Spring 2017
Poster promoting a two-part series for students of color to receive feedback on their portfolios and work around race and identity
Graphic promoting a call for pieces to be shown in the Parsons Festival alumni exhibition in Spring 2017
Parsons Scholars website