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One of my motivations for starting this forum is to open up the discussion to this field of study—how do you define Communication Design? Institutional administrators intentionally leave such questions open, to be defined by our departments and the establishment. Yet the administrators are the final arbiters of our professional destinies. So my first question to all design researchers, academics and faculty, seasoned and new, is how do you define your field of study? Is communication design as a term or a field even the final term?
https://yourfuture.sdbor.edu/postings/10440 InstitutionSouth Dakota State University Working Title: Instructor of Graphic Design Posting Number: F00134P Department: SDSU-School of Design Physical Location of Position (City): Brookings The Graphic Design Program in the School of Design at South Dakota State University invites applications for an Instructor faculty to begin August 2018. Successful candidates must be proficient in the theories and fundamentals of Graphic Design expertise with a working knowledge of the Adobe CC and emerging advancement in Web De
I have a major that -- while titled "Visual Communication Design" -- has been award-winning interaction designers (and service designers) for many years. Recently, some of our competitors have launched "interaction design" programs separate from their visual communication / graphic design programs. I loathe to separate my program as I believe that interaction design has to be taught holistically, with input from visual communication design, spatial design, and industrial design -- but am mindful that if I want to compete, I may need to fly an "interaction design" flag that is separate from com