Spectrum Faculty Lecture: Viviana Cordova
Viviana Cordova, assistant professor of visual arts, is a researcher, graphic designer and artist. Her work has been featured in the books, Indie Publishing (2008) and Graphic Design: The New Basics (2008). Her motion design work has been aired on Telemundo and BET, she has done print and web design for a range of clients including the National Institutes of Health, The Source Magazine and John Hopkins University, and her work has been exhibited as far as Seoul, Korea. Cordova is the co-author of Type and Code: Processing for Designers (2009). A sampling of her work and information about her book, Web Typography: A Handbook for Graphic Designers, can be viewed at her website www.webtypography.org.
This talk is part of a series of artist lectures accompanying the exhibition, Spectrum: 2013 UMBC Visual Arts Faculty Exhibition.