Category Archives: Design

Lecture: Mark Marking, Storytelling and Ideology

This lecture summaries what I have been doing with the students over the last four weeks, where we have been talking about communication design, and storytelling. In this section, the object was to get the students to understand how meaning … Continue reading

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YouTube Playlist: Really Interesting Videos (long ones)

This is a longform version of this. Again, these videos are part of the resources I make available to studentsĀ are various YouTube playlists. This one is for videos that are – as the playlist’s name suggests – really interesting, but … Continue reading

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YouTube Playlist: Really Interesting Videos (short ones)

Part of the resources I make available to studentsĀ are various YouTube playlists. This one is for videos that are – as the playlist’s name suggests – really interesting. they do not cover any specific disciplines but can inform your practice. … Continue reading

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Youtube Playlist: Design

As part of the resources I make available to student are various YouTube playlists. This one is videos that deal with “Design”. (If I can find the time, I will try to provide a bit of context for each in … Continue reading

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Lecture: Education and You

This is a lecture I like to give students when they are starting their university careers. I try to get them to examine what disciplinary power is, how it works, and its place in the education system in terms of … Continue reading

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Lecture: Design and Society by Alice Rawsthorn


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In this talk, Rawsthorn looks at the role of design in social change. She looks at how design has been used to solve social problems. From the visualisation of poverty in London and the spatiality of slave ships, to the … Continue reading

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