Workshops & Lectures
Reach out if you are interested in workshops/lectures that focus on accessibility and design or machine learning and design.
Digital Design Theory
This book begins in the 1960s, a period in which code began to pervade the design world. Essential works not only by designers, but also programmers, present the two threads of discourse—design and computation—that have rapidly merged into the increasingly interactive field of contemporary graphic design.
Read more on the companion website: digitaldesigntheory.net
Helen Armstrong: Assoc. Prof of Graphic Design, North Carolina State U. MICA MFA. Author of 3 books. Interested in design, disability & machine learning
Reading The Future Today Institute's 2020 report. Struck by this: "We will soon see a host of new tools built to engender and ensure—but also manipulate—our trust." http://futuretodayinstitute.com/2020-tech-trends/
I can't stop reading this Manual for Disaster Preparedness. Who knew armpits were a key area for heating and cooling body temperatures? http://shorturl.at/dowF6
Educators: please share your plans for your senior design show this year. https://lnkd.in/dTYSy4g
We are going a bit stir crazy...and it's only been a few days.
Need something for the kids to do here's a great list... http://www.amazingeducationalresources.com/
The AIGA 2020 Board Nominating Committee is accepting nominations for the AIGA National Board of Directors now through April 1 for eight open seats to be filled July 1, 2020. Here's how to apply. http://shorturl.at/suDFX
A much needed handbook on embracing neurodiversity by Universal Music: https://umusic.co.uk/Creative-Differences-Handbook.pdf #creativedifferences
If timesheets annoy you, the future is not looking bright: http://shorturl.at/nwQV5