In 2010, Craig Cockerill, Scott Deca, Kaitlin Dupon, and Anne Sutton redesigned the existing graphic design online experience. They redesigned the function and aesthetic of the gallery to better feature students' work, added new content to give perspective students an idea of the program's personality, and organized the site's navigation and hierarchy. Alison Popp and Nicolas Mata served as design and development support.
The 2009 class evaluated and identified new areas to enhance the experience, including a more dynamic, database-driven website. They focused on specialized, lively content geared toward each year in the program. Alison Popp and Workroom Design served as design and development support.
In 2008, the Interactive Design Studio class researched, planned, and developed a completely new online experience to represent the program. This award-winning website established new connections to social media, featured a gallery, and even new ideas for future growth.