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Design & Interactive Design

“This is SO MIND-BLOWINGLY COOL!” is the best reaction a designer can get. Design school can kick your butt, but that’s proof that the magic worked. So what’s the magic all about you ask? It’s called manipulation. Not the manipulation that offends, rather the kind that drops jaws in amazement. Designers create things by manipulating any media, any dimension or materials necessary. It’s taking a thought and, by using divination, desperation, resourcefulness, perspiration and enchantment, making it real — and with the right magic, really freaking cool.

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Ron Moore | Design Department Head | The Creative Circus
Ron Moore Department Head, Design

Ron Moore

Ron Moore is: • going to give it some color • in the same category here as a golden labrador retriever • going to say it another way • probably not planning on changing his name • curious • of the latter school having gone to the former years ago • moving these files to a new folder • thinking outside the orangutan • a full-time job • not with that agency any more, thankfully • on a roll • trying to make it bigger • fused with his antagonizing antithesis • inviting supporters to join in the celebration • very welcome • not keeping this very close to his chest • here Check out Hey That Tickles. Contact: Department Head, Design Ron Moore 404.477.6719
Chris Silich , Interactive Department Head
Chris Silich Interactive
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Chris Silich

Chris has been making interactive stuff for about 15 years, and teaching for almost that long. He’s an Aussie by birth, a Kiwi by nationality, a Georgia State Graphic Design alumni, a self-taught developer in Javascript, PHP, and half a dozen other languages, and an avid gamer. He’s enjoyed creating interactive experiences for some cool clients, such as Cartoon Network, Nickelodeon, PBS, Lego, and MODA. His goal at the Circus is to help create interactive rock-stars who will change the world. Contact: Interactive Department Head Chris Silich 678.851.1069
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