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Splash Biography



EUGENE LEE, Princeton Computer Science Senior




Major: Computer Science

College/Employer: Princeton

Year of Graduation: 2015

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Brief Biographical Sketch:

This is my last semester here at Princeton, and I thought it would be cool to share some of the stuff I've learned here with people who have yet to experience college. Though I am a computer science major, through my clubs and classes, I have gained extensive experience in graphic design.

I was the lead designer for a student-run science magazine for 3.5 years, have had a part-time job through the Student Design Agency making professional quality posters for groups on campus for 3 years, and have designed/created a bunch of apps and websites for hackathons and school projects.



Past Classes

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A269: Fundamentals of Graphic Design in Splash Spring 15 (Apr. 25, 2015)
Have you ever had to make a flyer or a poster board, and been disappointed by how it came out? Are you are a budding developer who can't figure out how to make your apps look good? Are you aggravated when people use comic sans? Do you just want to make nicer looking things? This class is for you. This course will focus on the theoretical foundation that forms the backbone of all types of design, be it web design, print design, etc. In other words, if you learn these fundamentals well, you can make pretty much everything look good. You will learn the basics of spacing, typography, color, and contrast, and how to combine them to convey a message. You will come out of this course with a greater understanding of graphic design, regardless of your level of experience.