Assistant Professor, Communication Design
Office: JCM 3107A
Office Phone: 245-8146
MiHyun Kim is a designer, an artist and an educator. Her research agenda focuses on creating meaningful connections between people and their communities. By using digital technology, human experience design, and data visualization, her interdisciplinary nature of projects serves to create a sense of belonging and to enhance humanity.
Prior to coming to the United States to earn her MFA in Visual Design from the University of Massachusetts at Dartmouth, she worked as a graphic designer at COEX (Convention and Exhibition) center in Seoul, South Korea, one of the biggest cultural venues in Asia.
Her projects have been recognized from numerous international and national design organizations including Interaction Design (IxD) Association, ico-D, Ars Electronica, CAA, Cumulus, AIGA Design Educator Community, UCDA Design Education Summit, and eyeO festival.
Her design projects are in the permanent collection at Lonsford Collection at Purdue University Galleries and Denmark Poster Museum in Aabyhøj, Denmark.