Steph Wulz
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The Digital Detox Campaign

Winner of the Emil Jacques Gold Award for Senior Design Thesis at the University of Notre Dame.

 
 

NOTRE DAME BFA DESIGN THESIS: THE STORY

Designed to encourage, educate and assist communities to disconnect from traditional technology obsessed lifestyle and reconnect with the world around you. 

 

The Digital Detox Campaign was my senior design thesis. The project lasted six months and the final deliverables included: campaign identity design, 12-page newspaper with original content, on-campus campaigning, a website, motion graphic, and full museum exhibition in the Snite Museum of Art.

 
 
 
 
 
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Once upon a time, I was the editor-in-chief of the newspaper, The Daily Dosage.

As an extension of the The Digital Detox Campaign, the Daily Dosage was a twelve-page newspaper that was printed campus-wide and released on a day where our on-campus newspaper did not print. Having served as the Graphics Editor for The Observer at the University of Notre Dame, I spent week

 
 
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