Protohype x MRU Info Design: Virtual UX Design Jam
The Protohype x MRU Information Design: Virtual UX Design Jam is a weekend-long event that will challenge students and encourage them to use their collaborative
Open House 2020
On Saturday, Oct. 24, we are holding informational sessions on all of our degree and credential programs. Meet our faculty and learn more about our
Wayfinding in Blackfoot
A new app developed by a third-year information design student uses augmented reality (AR) to translate Blackfoot signage in the Riddell Library and Learning Centre (RLLC) into
Critiquing Design Thinking: Media Screening & Discussion Panel
Fri, March 6, 2020 | 7:00 PM – 9:00 PM MSTRiddell Library, Maker Studio, Mount Royal University TICKETS (FREE!) In celebration of “International Women’s Day”,
Invitation: Design for Peace and Reconciliation at MRU this March
Join us for three Design Thinking for Social Good workshops, taking place from March 5th to March 7th, 2020. In this series of workshops, we
Humanly 2019: Systems Thinking & Changemaking
For the last three years the senior Information Design students have chosen one of the United Nations’ 17 Sustainable Development goals and applied it to a local problem faced by Calgarians or Albertans. The problem is approached by the student in the form of a “How Might We…”
Design for Peace & Reconciliation
Friday, September 13 | 12:00 — 1:00Lincoln Park Room Please join us for a storytelling and sharing session about our learnings from the International Design
September 27 & 28 2019 | 9:00 — 5:00 TICKETS: $45.00 | STUDENT TICKET $15.00WELCOMING STUDENTS, FACULTY, AND INDUSTRY Department of Mathematics and Computing at
ID Research Presented at Celebrate! Teaching and Learning at MRU
Our presentation at this year’s Celebrate! Conference reported on the pedagogical and design prototyping findings that emerged from the 3610 group project: Material Engagements—Data-Based Provocations
INFO DESIGN @ MRU
Housed in the School of Communication Studies, we pride ourselves in having small class sizes and faculty with internationally-recognized teaching, research, and practice.
Info Design students graduate with a portfolio that demonstrates their expertise + a minimum of 450 hours of paid work experience.
We are problem-solvers, designers, writers, researchers, and tech innovators.