Evolution of Information Design Wk #3 - January 24, 2011 - J208
10:00 - 1:00 - Introduction - Attendance
Wiki Sign On Make Sure You Have
Today’s Class Overview

10:00-10:30 - Lecture: Defining Information Design in the Greater Context of Graphic Design Profession



10:30 -11:00 - Information Design Artifacts Show + Share, Connect Artifacts to Time Line

11:00-11:15 - Break

11:15 -12:00 - Reading Response - Review + Discuss

Each group reviews another group’s summary based on the following noting differences and similarities.
Individually, reflect on one of the possible exam questions posed, and answer it for next week., include this Q&A, in your course notebook.
- A concise general overview of the piece
- Key points and their significance vis-à-vis the advancement of communication, societal development and the evolution of Information Design
- Insights that warrant further study, possibly as a major paper inquiry
- Identify key points in the article framed as possible exam questions

12:00 - 12:15 - Overview of Major Paper Assignment - Hand Out


12:45- 1:00 - John Maeda Ted Talks

Reading #3 (on wiki)

pp 184-191, Bibliography, "Graphic Design as Communication", Malcolm Barnard, Routledge Publications, London and New York.
pp 9-30, "Graphic Design as Communication", Malcolm Barnard, Routledge Publications, London and New York.
pp 18-30, "The Rhetoric of Neutrality", Robin Kinross, Design Issues, Vol.2 (Autumn, 1985), in "Design Writing Research", Published by MIT Press, Cambridge, Mass.