Do you want to help students design the next fad diet?
This project takes place within an undergraduate course, PUB 440: Public Health Nutrition in the Spring 2023 semester. For the first half of the semester, groups of students will be designing their own fad diet and the graphics and logos to go along with it. I would like help from a graphic design student to provide tips and support to the students during this phase. At the halfway point of the semester, the fad diet that gets the most votes will become the whole class's project, and I will need support from a graphic design student to help make the graphics and logos professional quality look professional. We may also be designing a website for the fad diet, so we may need help with that as well. This project will help the students understand what goes into designing a fad diet. We will have lectures from communications and marketing departments in the first half of the semester. The overall goal of the project is to develop an eye catching fad diet logo and description that contains USDA dietary advice and recommendations. You could even consider it a re-branding of something like MyPlate.
We will reveal the final product on the last day of classes. Also, I will be putting a talk together for an educational conference in the future and the talk will be a walk through of this project and it's final product. The final product is graphics and images for a fad diet designed by students with the help of a graphic design student.
|Length of commitment||About 3-5 months|
|Start time||Spring 2023 (January/February)|
|In-person, remote, or hybrid?||Hybrid|
|Level of collaboration||Individual student project|
|Who is eligible||All undergraduate students|
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graphic design, health communication, nutrition , community health and health behavior