Art & Design Hub
Adobe Creative Cloud
1. Verify your computer meets the system requirements for
- Adobe Creative Cloud Desktop App
- Check system requirements for individual Adobe applications, same link as above.
- NOTE: Adobe CC Desktop App and some Adobe applications and/or versions require newer operating systems and/or lots of open disk space, older/smaller computers may not support this.
2. Download Adobe Creative Cloud Desktop Application this manages the applications and lets you save files to the AdobeCC cloud.
3. Sign in to your Adobe CC school/enterprise account using your Judson Email.
- How to Sign in with Enterprise Account. You may be prompted for 2-factor authentication but this is not required.
- Getting an error? Check that you are choosing the enterprise account. Look at: https://helpx.adobe.com/support.htmlor email your professor.
***REMINDER*** Adobe CC Accounts are connected to your Judson email and are only available if you are actively enrolled in Architecture or Art & Design courses.
Adobe CC Accounts are connected to your Judson email and are only available if you are actively enrolled in Art & Design or Architecture courses. If you change majors or graduate, you will not be able to access any files or anything you save to the AdobeCC cloud folders.
You can migrate an education account into a paid subscription, learn more here: https://graduation.adobe.com/.
At the end of each semester and at the end of the school year the Judson Adobe license list is updated to reflect enrollment.
Want to be able to print from your laptop? Download and install the print driver.
Print Drivers & How-To Guides
Internships & Opportunities
Internship Practicum Documents:
The Approval Form & Agreement of Hours must be completed prior to starting the internship.
Internship Practicum FAQ’s
Students are encouraged to contact the Practicum Professor to make sure the opportunity fits theses requirements:
- Complete 120 total hours
- Under an Art/Photography/Graphic Design supervisor to maximize mentorship
- Work on Art/Photography/Graphic Design projects (not just getting coffee)
- Complete Approval Form & Agreement of Hours BEFORE starting internship
- Register for ART/DES395 Internship Practicum course
An internship is a great way to explore different career paths. Students learn a lot in a short amount of time by experiencing what it is like to work in their field of interest. Internships help connect the course work to the professional world and the networking can lead to full-time employment.
Below is a list of companies where Judson Art & Design student’s have interned in the past. These employers have all indicated that they are interested in taking on future internship student. Reach out to Prof Culshaw for their contact information.
- One Collective (formerly International Teams) – Elgin IL
- Ahead – Chicago, IL
- Sommerfield Productions – Crystal Lake, IL
- Quad Graphics – Monroe, WI
- HofmanDujardin – Holland
- Angularis Technologies – Elgin, IL
- Creative werks – Elk Grove Village, IL
- ThirdSide – Champaign, IL
- OX Creative – Elgin, IL
- Rule29 – Geneva, IL
- Kelloggs Company – Chicago, IL
- Milwaukee Art Museum – Milwaukee, WI
- Office of Experience – Chicago, IL
- Chicago Symphony Orchestra – Chicago, IL
- Oasis International – Wheaton, IL
- Precious Moments – product design team is in Itasca, IL
Students typically start internships the summer after their second year in the program. We recommend completing an internship after taking the Professional Practices (DES/ART295) course. Remember you can have multiple internships over your time as a student!
Mid Program Review (MPR)
All Art and Design students participate in Mid-Program Review at the half-way point in the program. This formative review provides students the opportunity to reflect on their achievements and affirm that their current academic path aligns with their strengths, passions, and opportunities.
Spring 2024 MPR Documents
AIGA Student Group
Our mantra, Think Weird, encourages anyone and everyone to think outside the box, collaborate, and pursue personal projects.
Share the results of your weird thinking on any social media platform with the hashtag, #ThinkWeird!
Media Coordinator /
Faculty Advisor / Professor Culshaw