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architecture + visual communication

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ABOUT ME
My name is David Rose, a dual masters student at Arizona State University in the Design School of the Herberger Institute for Design and the Arts. I am currently studying to earn a masters in architecture as well as a masters of science in design (MSD) with a concentration in visual communications. My personal interests in way finding, signage, and cognitive mapping of the built environment is my MSD research focus that analyzes methods to integrate way finding elements into the built environment establishing a cohesive merger of graphic design and architecture.
SKILLS

Adobe Illustrator

Adobe InDesign

Adobe Photoshop


Autodesk Revit

Autocad

Sketchup

Climate Consultant


Model Building

Pen/Pencil Sketching


HTML5

CSS3

Javascript

Wordpress


Microsoft Office

Mac & PC Proficient


Language Proficiency

Spanish, intermediate

Italian, introductory

EXPERIENCE

Populous, 
Kansas City, Missouri

Graphic Designer

Summer 2014 - Current

The Design School, 
Arizona State University

Visual Collections Programmer / Teaching Assistant

Catalogued 1,000+ images for university digital image library and assisted professor in test development for architecture history course.

Fall 2013, Interim Dean Michael Underhill

Spring - Fall 2012, Professor Paul Zygas

Richärd+Bauer Architecture, 
2013 ARCHITECT Magazine TOP 50 firm, Phoenix, Arizona

Architectural Intern

Assisted with SD, DD, & CD drawings, designed & assembled material sample boards for 3 current and future projects, managed competition entry for city-wide structural cantilever challenge, and earned 1,000+ intern credit hours.

Fall 2013, Summer 2012 - Spring 2013

fd2s Wayfinding Consulting & Environmental Graphics, 
Austin, Texas

Intern

Co-facilitated wayfinding experience audit, developed environmental graphic design concepts, and assembled client presentations for upcoming projects.

Summer 2013

College of Architecture, 
Texas A&M University

Teaching Assistant

Co-managed design studio for 16 first-year students and initiated daily student critiques.

Spring 2011, Professor Rodney Hill

SZ Architects, 
Singapore, Republic of Singapore

Architectural Intern

Created 30+ computer generated renderings & plan documents of new office project and accompanied fellow employees to 4 site visits for mosque renovations.

Summer 2010

EDUCATION

Arizona State University, 
Tempe, Arizona

Master of Architecture

Master of Science in Design: Visual Communications

GPA 3.73 of 4.30

May 2014

Rio de Janeiro Study Abroad, 
Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

Arizona State University

Fall 2013

Texas A&M University, 
College Station, Texas

Bachelor of Environmental Design

GPA 3.86 of 4.00, Magna Cum Laude & University Honors

May 2011

Italy Study Abroad, 
Castiglion Fiorentino, Italy

Texas A&M University

Spring 2010

ACTIVITIES

Society of Experiential Graphic Design (SEGD) 


Student Member

Spring 2013 - Current

NCARB Intern Development Program (IDP) 


Intern Architect Participant

Spring 2012 - Current

American Institute of Architecture Students (AIAS), 
Texas A&M & Arizona State

Member

Fall 2009 - Current

U.S. Green Building Council (USGBC) 


LEED Green Associate Training Course

Spring 2012

Class Councils, 
Texas A&M

Class of 2011 Secretary

Organization promoting university traditions

Fall 2007 - Fall 2009

Fish Camp, 
Texas A&M

Orientation Counselor

Freshman student orientation program

Fall 2008 - Spring 2009

AWARDS

Design Excellence, 
Arizona State

Studio Project Nomination

Fall 2013 (x2)
Fall 2012
Fall 2011

The Design School T-Shirt Competition, 
Arizona State

Design Winner

Fall 2011

Milan Design Week, 
Milan, Italy

Portable Aquaponics Honorable Mention

Spring 2011

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CONTACT

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DAVID
HENRY
ROSE

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