Change the world. One design at a time.

Mount Royal University’s information designers learn to construct, select, manipulate, and refine information to some positive  end. Through usability, technical writing, rhetoric, and visual communication, we educate designers who practice within an ethical, moral, and political consciousness – information designers who can and will question when appropriate, and work for the benefit of the public, however pre-defined.

Information designers:

  • think innovatively and systematically
  • are capable of becoming well informed about diverse subject matters
  • can think about the big picture, consider details, and spot connections and interrelationships
  • are familiar with the technical requirements of communications media
  • are educated on human communication capabilities: perception, cognitive processing, and response to information
  • have detailed knowledge of the cost factors relating to the various design stages and their implementation
  • are both a collaborative and an independent learner
  • behave in a responsible manner with regard to the needs of people, their communities, and society as a whole.

ID 2018 Grad Show

Check out the 2018 graduating class web site.