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Design to Inform

by Josh Rubin
on 20 April 2003
Next week in New York the AIGA presents a lecture Design to Inform: How can design make information accessible, usable and perhaps even sublime? Visual presentations and a panel discussion of designers and a design critic will address the role design plays when trying to foster civics, give vital information clarity or make large databases public. A panel discussion with Antenna, creators of the MTA Metrocard vending kiosks as well as new IRT subway cars, and Plumb who designed the digital archive for the Experience Music Project in Seattle. Moderated by design critic Peter Hall. Presenter's links: Antenna Design Plumb Design Peter Hall | essay from Trace
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