207 Cruess Instructional Computer Studio
The UC Davis Department of Design’s Computer Studio is a multimedia instructional computer lab located in 207 Cruess Hall. This facility is NOT an IT campus lab and does not have the capacity to serve the multimedia computer needs of the entire campus.
Its primary purpose is to provide the department’s students, faculty, and staff with a high-end multimedia instructional computing facility for teaching desktop publishing, photo scanning and editing, computer graphic design, textile and fashion design, and web page development.
Studio hours vary quarterly. See current schedule of open access hours below. Access is limited to enrolled students during scheduled classes.
Design Computer Studio Equipment
- 25 Intel Core i7 iMacs w/ 21.5” screens
- 1200 dpi Xerox laser printer
- 3 Color flatbed scanners
- LCD Projector
Design Computer Studio Software
- Adobe Creative Suite Premium 6
- Apple iWork
- Microsoft Office 2011
- Nemetschek VectorWorks 2011