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Digital Media Design | Cam DeMay
This is a showcase of work from the Digital Media Design track (BA Arts) at Florida Gulf Coast University, FGCU; Fort Myers, FL. The works shown here cover print-based and screen-based design, the work is from the DMD Minor and the DMD Concentration. Courses include Video game design, web design, typography, interface and usability design, graphic design and working with professional clients.
FGCU, Design, Digital Media Design, Florida Gulf Coast University Design, Graphic Design, Interactive Design, FGCU Video game design, FGCU Graphic Design, FGCU UX Design, Interface Design, FGCU Students, SWFL Design, SWFL Graphic Design, SWFL Digital Media Design, SWFL FGCU Design, SWFL Videogame Design, SWFL Style, SWFL Design, FGCU Typography, FGCU Web Design.
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Cam DeMay

About This Project


I am working toward becoming a commercial graphic designer in the field of advertising.  Though I have qualms about the ethics of capitalism and mass consumerism, I will inevitably face ethical questions in my career.  I chose the topic of illegal drugs because there are so many taboos attached to them.  All of them are deemed dangerous and illegal by our Federal Government, though in my opinion not all are medicinally or recreationally hazardous.

Through personal experience I have seen the positive and negative effects drugs have had on one’s well being, while at the same time seen the same effects with legal products.  Drug abuse is a serious issue, but it is certainly not limited to illegal drugs.  In 2008 alone, there were 14,800 prescription drug based overdose deaths, that is more than heroin and cocaine combined (cdc).


I want to re-brand and market these drugs in a professional way to see what conclusions people come up with.


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Senior Project 13/12