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Thai Folktales Project

Thai folklore is central to the local cultural heritage and is used to teach morals and ethics to the younger generation. This project focuses on using art and design, created with new media, to retell these ancient tales in an innovative way that conveys meaningful messages and customs to the rising generation.


Jeff Case is an award-winning graphic designer, specializing in print, web design, motion/time-based media, 3D design and 3D printing.


Current interests include exploring cultural heritage through the use of augmented reality, animation, 3D design and 3D printing.


Consistently recognized for his innovative techniques and effective classroom approaches, Coastal Carolina University's student body awarded their highest honor to Jeff when they nominated and voted him "Professor of the Year" in 2011.


Dynamic workshops taught by Jeff include Adobe Photoshop, Illustrator, Indesign, Dreamweaver, Flash, AfterEffects, Premiere, Autodesk 3dmax, and Trimble Sketchup.

Student Research

Project David, an architecturally precise 3D digital reconstruction Cyrene Treasury at Delphi, Greece, for use in a gesture based learning environment.

2011 Coastal Carolina University Professor of the Year

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