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Through her work for clients in business, nonprofit and government, design strategist Sylvia Harris has dedicated her practice to ensuring that public information systems are accessible to everyone.
Section: Inspiration -
information design, government, nonprofit, service design, diversity
AIGA has drafted a document that outlines the outcomes and
competencies expected of a four-year design program. This document will
become the basis of our efforts to guide curriculum development for future design
education. We are currently seeking your input on these recommendations; please comment by August 24.
With insight from the profession's best thinkers, AIGA and Adobe outline the qualifications and expectations of future designers.
Six major trends, and the challenges they pose for the
profession (which AIGA will take on as its challenges), emerged
from our research.
DesignEd K12 is a movement to inspire and sustain design education programs for elementary, middle and high school students—instilling creative
confidence and a design thinking mindset at a young age through hands-on
experiences in creative problem solving.