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Information Design Solutions and Problems: one day symposium

Written on June 17, 2018 at 4:10 pm, by

On 9 September we’re holding a one day get together of information designers, just before the Summer School starts, in Bath.  The Executive Board of the IIID will be in town for a meeting, and the summer school participants will be arriving. So we thought: why don’t we put them together in a room to  Continue Reading »

That consultation on small print: latest news (none)

Written on March 30, 2018 at 5:18 pm, by

Today The Times reports: “Tens of millions of pounds of taxpayers’ money has been squandered by the government on public consultations that have come to nothing, The Times can reveal. Ministers have commissioned more than 1,600 since the Conservative Party’s victory at the 2015 election, an average of more than two every working day. More  Continue Reading »

2018 Summer School announced

Written on February 24, 2018 at 11:00 pm, by

We’re very excited to announce the next summer school, which will be 10-14 September 2018. This year it’s at the University of Bath in the architecture department. This is the UK’s top-rated architecture school and they have a great new teaching space with numerous break-out spaces for small groups to work together.  Another innovation this  Continue Reading »

The 2017 Summer School: what people said

Written on October 3, 2017 at 10:26 pm, by

Every year we ask people to give us feedback via an anonymous survey, and at the end we ask if they’d like to write a message for us to use in publicising the next course. This is what they said: “I thoroughly enjoyed the 5 days at the information design summer school. The quality of  Continue Reading »

2017 summer school

Written on September 10, 2017 at 4:10 pm, by

Here we are at the latest summer school. We had a great time, with learning in both directions – participants shared their own expertise, which included DITA, behavioural insight, health communications, emergency communications, and comic strips.