Cover design for The Lolita Cover Project, edited by John Bertram. This book “explores the challenges and limits of representation (and mis-representation), and the relationship of a book to its cover through essays and graphic responses in the form of book covers for Vladimir Nabokov’s Lolita. Other contributing designers include: Jessica Helfand, Ellen Lupton, Michel Vrana, Chin-Yee Lai and David Gee.
Workshop & Lectures
Reach out if you are interested in workshops/lectures that focus on accessibility and design or machine learning and design.
Digital Design Theory Now Available
This book begins in the 1960s, a period in which code began to pervade the design world. Essential works not only by designers, but also programmers, present the two threads of discourse—design and computation—that have rapidly merged into the increasingly interactive field of contemporary graphic design.
Read more on the companion website: digitaldesigntheory.net
Fantastic Design Futures weekend workshop, “How to Use Your Imagination,” led by Stuart Candy for NCSU MGD grad stu… twitter.com/i/web/status/1…
Working as a telemarketer could teach one a lot about not designing annoying conversational interface
Congrats to MGD students on a great project around accessibility with IBM! design.ncsu.edu/increasing-acc…