Dr Kok Cheow Yeoh is an assistant professor in the Fine Arts Department, School of Arts and Letters, Indiana University Southeast where he teaches graphic design classes.

(See my biography page for more information).


Publications:
Recommendations for Design Educators and Students Who Embrace Computer Technology

In view of the strengths and limitations of computers in education, this paper explores the influences of computer technology in design education as they are influenced by market-driven frameworks.

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Opposites Attract: Juxtaposing Extreme of Symmetry and Asymmetry to Generate Visual Ideas

Understanding how to translate ideas is key to the communication process. The paper discusses “Symmetry for harmony” and “Asymmetry for variety” to provide valuable stimulus for creative thinking.

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The Golden Dragon Wok: A Visual Survey of the Evocative Essence of Chinese Restaurant Signage Designs in an American Chinatown

Visual elements on restaurant signage in San Francisco was analyzed to suggest how design can foster a visual significance in the gastronomic identity of Chinese restaurants.

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