by Mac Hill
During the 2016 presidential election, The New York Times’ election coverage incorporated two moving “needle” gauges to convey the uncertainty in their election forecasts.
by Bree McMahon
The ability to hold collaborative conversations is crucial to supporting sustainable and diverse communities—whether physical or virtual—including effective real-time and ongoing conversations.
by Rachael L. Paine
We were charged to rethink and redesign the culture of graphic design in the context of contemporary practices, application, and usage.
by Grace Anne Foca
When medical professionals diagnose patients with type 2 diabetes, they typically recommend websites, mobile applications, and information sources that provide nutrition plans with broad food categories, rather than a list of specific brands that an individual can consume to remain compliant with the recommended daily calories and food groups.
by Rachael Paine
When initially presented with activity theory as a conceptual framework within which I could situate design, I was curious.
by Mac Hill
The Oxford Dictionaries declared “post-truth” as its 2016 word of the year.
by Clément Bordas
Consumption of meat in the United States is on the rise, with projections suggesting that it will reach a record high in 2018 of 200 pounds of beef, pork, and/or chicken a year per capita.
by Amber Ingram
Face-to-face communication among members of American society has been drastically impacted by the use of the internet and social media, with both falling under the larger term known as digital communication.