Monthly Archives: September 2015

Disruptive ideas in inclusive design

CIDR was well represented at last week’s INCLUDE 2015 “Disruptive Inclusive” conference. Jeanne-Louise Moys co-presented a poster with Christina Duckett on Breaking down Barriers. Breaking down Barriers is the University’s newly-fledged cross-disciplinary project on embedding inclusive design in our curricula. … Continue reading

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Information design in transactional communications

Alison Black gave a talk, yesterday, at a masterclass in customer communications for commercial and public sector organisations. The event, organised by GI Solutions, was held at Royal Mail’s offices (hence the picture above). Alison’s talk introduced the concept of … Continue reading

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Researchers in information design visit the Department of Typography

We were fortunate yesterday to be visited by international information design researchers, Rodrigo Ramirez from the School of Design at the Pontificia Universidad Catolica de Chile and Rupesh Vyas and Sejal Tiwari from the National Institute for Design, Gujarat. Lunch … Continue reading

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IIID Vision Plus 2015

Some interesting talks at the IIID Vision Plus Conference this year, held at Birmingham City University. The two-day conference provided an engaging discussion of the ways in which information design relates to and improves performance in different areas. Some might … Continue reading

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