This week on the show, we got a chance to talk to Armin Vit and Bryony Gomez-Palacio of UnderConsideration. We talked to them about their own history in design, their move from New York to Texas, design criticism in the professional field, and the ever-changing world of logo design.
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On this episode we talk with Elliot Jay Stocks. We discuss his web work, his book, and his upcoming periodical “8 Faces,” as well as a few other things.
In addition, this episode talks about some RBtL news and evolutions, including new segments we plan on introducing.
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On this episode, we speak with Robyn Waxman. We discuss Robyn’s role in the design and education world, as well as the paradigm shift leading design to new realms of activism, protest, and plainly supporting a cause, whatever it may be. We touch on her role in The Designer’s Accord, as well as her thesis and FARM project.
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On this episode we discuss data visualization as the new path and frontier for graphic design, and how graphic design has treated communication of information in the past. We also discuss the definition of graphic design, focusing on Meggs’ quote, and specifically the idea of designers creating artifacts that document human experience.
We unveil our final refined mark and discuss the process we took to get there, and finally we answer a question and review some previous discussions from our spec work episode, 15.
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“the essence is to give order to information, form to ideas, expression and feeling to artifacts that document human experience.” - Phillip Meggs
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