There's always something new to create, a new experience to explore, a new idea to enliven.
Loyola’s design program creates a space that allows you to be even more you. Learn from distinguished faculty who’ve exhibited work around the world, and who are dedicated to helping you reach your design goals.
Choose your path
Learn more about our three degree programs and minor program, and see which aligns with your vision.
Students will explore analog methods and digital methods to create solutions for different audiences.
Develop interactive graphic design techniques to make a career of meaningful connections between people and technology.
Minor in Design
Dip your toes in the water of design and learn the basics of graphic design. Select courses with a minor adviser.
Learn from accomplished designers
Cali Traina Blume
Instructor of Design
She is a passionate graphic designer and educator hailing from the vibrant city of New Orleans, LA. With a BFA in graphic design from Loyola University New Orleans, she currently serves as an adjunct professor here, sharing her knowledge and experience with the next generation of designers.
In addition to her teaching role, Cali also takes pride in overseeing The Collective, a student-run design firm.
Assistant Professor, Department of Design
Recognized for his design advocacy and interdisciplinary collaboration, Scott Gericke has spent his career focused on building relationships and challenging young minds. His position as director of the Visual Communications Research Studio made his love for teaching apparent. By connecting students to active learning and professional practice experiences, the Studio flourished with research-based, client-driven projects.
Professor of Practice, Dept of Design
She is a Loyola University New Orleans graduate committed to ensuring her students acquire the same skill set she gained as an undergraduate. After working for a few years in advertising and traditional design, Lisa received her MFA at Pratt Institute in Brooklyn. She focused on collaborating with classmates and community members to conduct workshops and spread awareness of how art can help heal trauma.
Interactive Design, 2017
Design II: Students were tasked with creating a record sleeve for an influential band or musician. Claire chose the Jackson 5 for her colorful, retro-inspired record sleeve. The illustration is designed such that the image wraps around and joins up in both directions.
Album cover design