Judith Moldenhauer

Associate Professor, Graphic Design Art and Art History
Phone: 313-993-8165

Areas of expertise



Judith Moldenhauer is an expert in graphic design, specifically in the area of "information design" which enables people to easily access and use information by focusing on the organizational and navigational aspects of visual and verbal material. Her design work ranges from exhibition catalogues and posters for the Detroit Institute of Arts to educational materials for Healthy Start, a US Department of Health and Human Services program to reduce high infant mortality. She has received many design awards including awards from the American Association of Museums and Graphic Design: usa. Currently, she and a group of advanced graphic design students are designing multi-media computer-based instruction for manufacturing engineering students through the Greenfield Coalition, funded by the National Science Foundation.

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