Review: Design education

 
Shaded tints, a view of US racism

Shaded tints, a view of US racism

The Design of Race arrives at an inflection point in American society. Awareness of racial, socio-economic and class disparities has been at the forefront of national politics … [EXTRACT]

 
Prism of teaching

Prism of teaching

Paul Elliman once spoke of a hypothetical online teaching environment that would embrace digital resources: ‘dictionaries, search engines, mailing lists, chat-rooms … [EXTRACT]

 
Love letter to the future

Love letter to the future

For those (like myself), whose design education revolved around white male role models and Western-centric design canons, the idea of inclusivity … [EXTRACT]

 
Crisis by design

Crisis by design

Editors Tony Fry and Adam Nocek present Design in Crisis as part of an ‘ongoing conversation that aims to challenge how designers engage with the planetary crises … [EXTRACT]

 
A rallying cry for ethics

A rallying cry for ethics

There could not be a more apt time for the publication of Ethics in Design and…
 
Read and destroy

Read and destroy

Art and design pedagogy is generally agreed today on the imperative for educators to facilitate independent…
 
Easy reading

Easy reading

Paul Luna has written a very thorough explanation of typography as a subject and a…
 

Stamps and the public interest

Since Rowland Hill’s introduction of the Penny Black in 1840, the postage stamp has been…