Mark Coné

Interim Assistant Dean and Associate Professor, Digital Art and Design

Curriculum Coordinator

Office location:

Lynn Library

Room 317

Email: mcone@lynn.edu

Phone: +1 561-237-7510

Fax: +1 561-237-7097

Professional profile

Education

B.F.A., Florida Atlantic University
M.F.A., Florida Atlantic University

Teaching philosophy

Mark Coné believes that learning is an ongoing process. The field of Computer Graphics is a fast-paced, evolving industry, and technical skills are to be constantly developed and honed. This requires the individual ability to acquire new knowledge and skills. He therefore tries to provide the student with a basic foundation skill set that they can build upon and continue to learn after graduation. Coné's courses are generally hands-on. He likes to get the student started in basic concepts to gauge their level of competency in the field. He provides step-by-step examples and give projects that reflect my examples. Then, Coné prefers a more one-on-one interaction. This gives him the ability to tend to individual project problems to be solved.

Teaching specialties

Computer animation
Motion graphics
Graphic design
Drawing
Photography

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