As designers, can we create deliberate processes that grant continued creative pursuit, allowing space for ideas to unfold?
As we rethink and redesign the culture of graphic design, what character traits should we cultivate?
As designers, can we learn to suspend our assumptions that limit our ways of seeing, thinking and believing?
How can the experience of biting into food be manipulated? And how might this inspire us to design new experiences?
Can our work manifest a sacredness of process?, says Dajana.
A tiny, experimental investigation of the effects of tiredness and neatness.
We created a set of rules of play in response to the provocation “What practices distinguish graphic design?”
Understand the problem space. Explore the solution space. Let’s develope a VR roadmap!
What will our new creative capabilities be when we pass off all efficient, productive tasks and only focus on the inefficient ones we love?
Tom Wujec loves asking people and teams to draw how they make toast, because the process reveals unexpected truths about how we can solve our biggest, most complicated problems at work.
What is the potential of a fully-integrated world of smart devices continuously collected real-time data from sensor networks?
Interested in having more control of the data collected from your online habits? Here are a few tools for you!
Arguing that you don’t care about the right to privacy because you have nothing to hide is no different than saying you don’t care about free speech because you have nothing to say.
By changing my understanding of hacking as a means to pursue knowledge and innovation, I can create a method for discovery.
Can collecting, analyzing, and visualizing personal behavioral data make you happy?
Read about the excitement of coming across amazing design and incidentally having a professor teach on an enlightening theory.
Always, always pay attention…for we are surrounded with typographic joy.
In exploring how one might help an unaccepting public to move towards acceptance of lab-grown meat, I interviewed my father regarding his thoughts on the meat industry today and in the future.
Jessica and Anna, paper reps from Lindenmyr Paper Merchants, visited our Information and Publishing Design Systems class. What an amazing opportunity to learn about paper production and options for creative printed projects!
Let’s make (and break) those connections A key skill utilized in this semester’s design as cognitive artifact studio is to summarize research in visual/textual form via concept mapping. Early in the semester it became apparent […]