jueves, 30 de octubre de 2008

Design Ethics

Communication Design and all of its designers have the ability, intelligence and mindset to make the greatest impact to the world’s biggest challenges. This group intends to share design-focused resources, and offer an observational voice on Visual Communication and Design Ethics.

With enthusiasm for creative intelligence, education and design-led innovation, this group is heavily influenced by the growing recognition for socially and ethically conscious design and aims to integrate predictions of our future society, with design research and observational comment. If you have any socially conscious designs, observations or events - please add your images!

Kate Andrews.

Kate Andrews is a designer, writer and researcher based just north of London. Educated at The Arts Institute at Bournemouth, she holds a First Class Honours in Graphic Design and a Merit Award from The International Society of Typographic Designers. Since graduating, Kate has worked for The Sunday Times Magazine in London, Synectics Innovation Consultancy, has exhibited at Ringling College of Art and Design, Florida and continues to write for a number of design platforms including; Inhabitat.com, Design21, ThinkPublic, Design Sessions and SocialDesignSite.com. In 2006, Kate founded the design blog Anamorphosis, to act as a platform to catalog her search for new examples of forward-thinking Visual Communication. Anamorphosis continues to act as a creative platform, through which she continues to mentor under- and post-graduate Graphic Design students. As a designer, Kate is passionate for the power that Visual Communication has to impact social change and in October 2008 will start the MA Design Writing Criticism course at London College of Communication.

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