The gallery bustles with visitors who congregate around displays and float away again.
There are many to take in — 28 displays taking many forms and employing various mediums: web design, video, publications, package design, installation, sculpture, photography — with themes encompassing climate change, cultural diversity, identity, mental health. Some are designed to be observed; many are interactive. On one wall is a shelf with a dozen or so copies of a magazine called .
Seeing Thesis’s option doesn’t really do it justice though.
We use Thesis for nearly all Word Press projects we do at Microbrand Media, and I personally use it to build any websites I freelance.
The nav menu section will allow you to set the colors of your nav menu, including the hover colors.
The culmination of this course takes the shape of a thesis, the finished form of which is displayed publicly in an annual exhibit hosted at the SOMArts Cultural Center in San Francisco. “What I think is really great about our design program,” says program director Rachel Beth Egenhoefer, “is how we’re able to blend design, social justice, and current trends and issues.” And the senior capstone thesis is where it all comes together.
For example, the theme for Margot’s thesis was born from her struggle to understand a gulf opening up between different communities of women at a time when they seemed to be coming together.
Two of my favorite features for Thesis design options are the columns setting and the nav menu settings.
The columns section will allow you to set how many columns and the widths of those columns.