GIRLS WHO CODE: Poster Series
Completed October 2016
Establish awareness of MIT Lincoln Laboratory during the Girls Who Code 6-week Summer Immersion Program hosted at Lincoln Beaver Works on MIT’s campus.
Girls Who Code is a national, non-profit organization that “aims to inspire, educate and equip young women for futures in the computing-related fields.” The space used in Beaver Works (shown in the Thank You card) is energetic but does not contain any obvious reference to MIT Lincoln Laboratory.
Rather than advertise MIT LL directly, four boldly colored posters celebrate women in computer science history. Playful graphics, inspired by each woman’s specific area of research, tie the past to the present. They aim to inspire young women to continue a legacy of ground-breaking contributions to the computing-related fields.
Art Direction: Bryan Mastergeorge
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