Company:Minneapolis College of Art and Design
Designer(s): Qiuwen Li, United States
Category: Other Graphic designs, Student
User's Profile : User's Profile
Colorography is a colored mapping language system that functions by encoding each letter with different colors and connecting the same colored letters by using lines. Instead of reading articles by means of words and phrases, viewers will decode this system through the color data. One of the aims of this project is teaching people of all ages to easily access color theory, which is why Colorography can be used across various media. The color square blocks are designed for kids to learn letters and basic color theory and the website is designed for adults who have experience using web multimedia to test their color memory.
About the Designer/Company
Qiuwen Li is a Graphic Designer living and working in Minneapolis, Minnesota. Born in China, she received her B.F.A. in Graphic Design from St. Cloud State University (SCSU) and will receive her MFA in Visual Studies focusing in Graphic Design from the Minneapolis College of Art and Design (MCAD) in Minneapolis, Minnesota spring 2016. Qiuwen Li's design has been exhibited at the Casket Arts Building, Kiehle Gallery at SCSU, Whittier Gallery, Concourse Gallery, and Library Gallery at MCAD. Her freelance design clients include James Dayton Design, Reverie, Medical Marketing Solutions, and Nock Design Group. Qiuwen has been recognized with several awards during her career including Winner of Design and Design International Award (Paris, France), Winner of Creative Quarterly in both Fine Art and Graphic Design Category (New York, USA), Semifinalist in Adobe Design Achievement Awards, and Gold ADDY Award recipient in American Advertising Federation.