A look at foundational systems thinking.
The Limits of Control: Nonhierarchical Modes of Making, Decentering the Designer
Exploring the creative networks between graphic designers and their collaborators — human and non-human.
Graphic Design and Authority: How the Design of Documents and Signage Creates, Endorses, and Authenticates Power Structures
Visual authority can be used to validate any endeavor.
Chicano Independent Publication Masthead Design
Made during research visits at university libraries in Texas and California, hubs of the Chicano movement.
What We Talk About When We Talk About Design: A Diachronic Investigation Into the Word ‘Design’
Throughout the nineteenth and twentieth centuries.
Radical Characters: Studying Graphic Design and Typography through Chinese Characters (Hanzi)
The relationship between design and culture in the Chinese and Chinese American community
Slowing Production, Increasing Socio-Political Context: Beyond “Spreading Awareness” in the Design Classroom
A feminist base motivates us to engage questions around power relations, knowledge production, and systems of violence
Equitable Design Pedagogy: A Case for Object-Based Learning
The experiential pedagogy of engaging physically with objects through observation and reflection.
Say No to Stigma: Making Mental Health Visible in Rural Ugandan Primary Schools
Developing stakeholder-informed visuals to improve mental health awareness and decrease stigma
Voices Heard: Designing an Oral History Archive
22 cassette taped interviews with Black residents of Pontiac, Michigan from the mid-1970s