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Storytelling with Design

Stories sell, so it is time that you learn how to craft a visual story that will speak to your target audience.

Dive into the principles of storytelling relating to visual design, marketing and branding with Jessa Wilcoxen in this 30-minute webinar. As an educator of digital media in the Departments of Art, Arts Technology, English and Marketing at Millikin University, she teaches a wide range of design classes.

Jessa considers storytelling to be a vital tool for her professional design work developed through her consulting business, Creative Spark, and her fine art, which she has showcased in exhibitions locally and nationally.

In this webinar, she’ll break down the elements of visual storytelling, offer optional exercises and examples of solutions. 

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