International Women’s Day and Women’s History Month are a visible opportunity to celebrate the impact that women make in every discipline of design. It is also a time to acknowledge and challenge the disparity between the genders when it comes to wages, senior roles and representation. While MRU’s Information Design program..
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Each winter term, senior students in the Information Design program at Mount Royal University→ enroll in a course titled Portfolio. The primary goal of this capstone course is for student to showcase work in and outside of the program. This showcase features 36 students that are thoughtful, understanding and at times disruptive. They..
Information design aims at transforming data into high-quality information. The idX project made us aware that high-quality information must serve a purpose. We condensed our insights to IIID‘s tag line: Data transformed into high-quality information empower people to attain goals. Thus IIID welcomes submissions ranging from visualizations that help people understand undisputed facts, situations and processes for..
Update: We had a great time with hand-crafted typography. Thanks, Ben! Come Play With Us! We will be exploring hand-drawn typography in this hands-on and collaborative workshop –> the 2nd in a series of winter workshops from ID’s Maker Collaborative. Save the date: February 28, 6 — 9 pm T126..
Thank you to everyone for coming out to this sold-out event! Thank you to Patrick for such an accessible and enjoyable learning experience, and thank you to ID for providing us with the supplies. It truly was a blast. Event description Come Play With Us! We will be exploring mono-printing..