Young Ae Kim

About Me

Young Ae Kim is a Graphic Designer, Associate Professor and a Graphic Design Program Coordinator of

Member Since September 2008
Member Type Sustaining, group
AIGA Chapter South Dakota
Title Professor
Company South Dakota State University
Email ude.etatsds@mik.eagnuoy
Field Art direction/Creative direction
Design/Graphic design
UX/UI design
Available for independent projects Yes
Bio Young Ae Kim is a Graphic Designer, Associate Professor and a Graphic Design Program Coordinator of the South Dakota State University. She has been practicing for over 18 years in Graphic Design and Product Design. Her major clients are including Samsung, LG, Hyundai, Nike, Belvita, Citi Bank and more. She has won several design awards and scholarships nationally and internationally. Her specializations are in Information Architecture, Way finding System, and UX & UI designs. Education Ph.D. Human Factor Psychology Candidate, University of South Dakota M.A. Human Factor Psychology, University of South Dakota M.F.A. Graphic Design, Savannah College of Art and Design (SCAD) B.F.A. Industrial Design, Sookmyung Women’s University Professional Memberships Member AIGA / American Institute of Graphic Arts Program/Even Coordinator of AIGA South Dakota Chapter Member SDAF / South Dakota Advertising Federation Board Member / International Conference on Interdisciplinary Practice in Industrial Design Member HFES / Human Factors and Ergonomics Society Research/Scholarship Responsibilities My research interests have revolved in contributing to a deeper understanding how individual decision-making influences visualization & information receiving process in both digital and physical environment, and vice versa. Human Behavior is often influenced by numerous factors and processes information differently. I employ scientific data to sculpt visual components, develop survey tools, and analyze data sets to better understand human behavior and emotion play in visual perception and decision-making process in order to create a sustainable knowledge and a sustainable visual commutation forms and proposes brighter possibilities of whole lifestyles. Area(s) of Research Emotional Intelligence / Human Memory & Perception / Visual Illusion / Cognitive Semiotics /Sociology / Language and Culture / Structural Functionalism
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