Author Archives: suewalker

Information design and architecture fight anti-microbial resistance in community pharmacies

   A new research project funded by the Arts and Humanities Research Council (AHRC) begins today. Colleagues in Typography, Architecture and Pharmacy at Reading, and in Human Factors at Loughborough, are working with a science communication agency, Design Science and … Continue reading

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New book . . .

CIDR is delighted to announce the publication of Information design research and practice, a Gower book published by Routledge. The editors, Alison Black, Paul Luna, Ole Lund and Sue Walker have had the pleasure of working with leading academics and … Continue reading

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CIDR at Design4Health

Sue Walker curated a small exhibition at the Design4Health conference at Sheffield Hallam University 13–16 July 2015. ‘Isotype: Fighting tuberculosis’ showed full-size examples of some of the 20 ‘educational charts’ produced in the 1930s for the National Tuberculosis Association in … Continue reading

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Funding for a PhD

CIDR is part of the AHRC-funded Design Star Doctoral Training Centre which has funding for PhD study from October 2014. We are particularly interested in supervising students with an interest in the role of information design in public health (such … Continue reading

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CIDR is pleased to be a new member of the All Party Parliamentary Design and Innovation Group (APDIG), and looks forward to contributing to shaping policy. We get a mention in the recent APDIG newsletter (in the section . . … Continue reading

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