- University of Lapland
- Faculty of Art and Design
|Work history||2014.01.01 – 2014.02.28: Researcher in Faculty of Art and Design, University of Lapland, with duties of a Researcher in Integrating media production with the new
modes of communication research project.
2012.05 – 2012.11: Intern in UNOPS (United Nations Office of Project Services). Graphic Design: banner design for UNOPS intranet; reports layout, such
as UNOPS 2011 Annual Brochure; image management; poster design; liaising with regional and country offices to design; report and perform other duties.
2011.08 – 2012.04: Trainee in Neiti Rousku. Taking part in customer meetings, planning and screen-printing, etc.
2011.09 – 2011.10: Freelance for SantaSport. Brochure Design.
2010.11 – 2011.02: Internship in Rovaniemi Design Week as a graphic designer.
2008.06 – 2008.09: Internship in Fudan University. Brochure Design; 3D Design; Taking part in meetings.
2007.12 – 2008.03: Internship in Consultant Agency in Shanghai. Graphic Design; Customer Meetings; Assistant Consultant.
2005.12 – 2006.02: Internship in Advertising Agency in Shanghai. Graphic Design; English Interpretation.
|Study history||2012.02 – present: University of Lapland. Doctor of Arts (Graphic Design).
2009.09 – 2011.12: University of Lapland. Master’s Degree in Graphic Design.
27 Aug. – 26 Dec. 2007: Exchange to Hong Kong Institute of Education.
June 24 – 30. 2007: Attend performing art of Chinese artist AI WEIWEI that was celebrated at Kassel, Germany.
2005.09 – 2009.06: Fudan University. Bachelor’s Degree in Art Design; 2nd major: Journalism.
Structure of Information: Communication Design in New Modes of Media
The emergence and wide spread of virtual space has challenged traditional journalism. It is not simply that the circulation of newspapers has been affected, but also how commercial information flows through the media and how new media brings a new way of working as a connection with a mass of people to time and space as audiences. Digital media has changed customers’ reading habits and consumption behaviors, but the biggest impact in new media is the demanding requirements for creative workers, in a technological aspect. However, in order to make everyday online newspapers possible, editorial processes are bound to follow some highly structured rules, so that the workflow can be continuous and extremely regulated. In so doing, the practice of creative workers is reduced and even gradually eliminated.