The notion of decolonizing type is massive in scope: from its history, to its design, application, technology, and future.
Students explore and investigate the abstract concepts of personal, social, and intersectional identities.
Educators need diverse representation in course materials—students must feel seen in order to truly succeed.
A design charrette that explores the collision of time and form through a system of carefully devised prompts.
A pop culture icon and a beacon of upper-caste, liberal politics in India.
This process relies on steps familiar to designers: problem identification, research, and the cyclical process of iteration, making, and user testing.
In design education, it is vital to bring future thinking into class projects
How biases are present in our design processes and design tools
Investigating how space, social consciousness, and populations interact between the relationship of individual-level actions and community-level outcomes
Kanga cloth, cotton fabric wraps screen printed, typically in three colors, that measure about 39 inches x 59 inches, are bought and sold in Tanzania and Kenya