Mount Royal University information design students learn to produce clear, concise and visually attractive materials, enhancing how people read, understand and use information.

View the most recent digital version of our information design portfolio here. (PDF)

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Community Service Learning

Engaging with people in all walks of life is at the core of good information design. The process is about creating materials that convey the right message to the appropriate audience.

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Design Thinking

Information design is more than just good design – it’s about creative problem solving through writing and design.

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Locate, Understand, Perform

Developing skills in project management, instructional design and wayfinding helps information designers effectively communicate to a wide range of audiences.

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Creating the best experience possible for the user is a key role of an information designer. This requires analytical skills, understanding of research processes and  knowledge of information architecture.

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Student Magazine

Information design students take on the challenging task of creating a full magazine in a seemingly impossible time frame of a four-month semester.

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Student Portfolio

Information design students end four years of hard work with the creation of a portfolio. The print and online versions are presented to family, friends and industry members at a celebratory event in April.

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