Date and Time
Monday, May 3, 2021
4:30 — 7:00 pm
This exhibition features projects from 8 talented designers, which reveal the neglected voices in our daily life.
Good design is invisible; only bad design sticks out. However, this common belief ignores that also designers can be blind to many issues, including their own assumptions. In particular, the impact of the global COVID-19 pandemic has revealed many blind spots that have previously often gone unnoticed. Its disruptions have realigned our perspective on design to focus on the individual experience and the need for care. This exhibition of thesis projects from the graduate programs in Experience Design and Information Design and Data Visualization explores the many different aspects of what goes unseen and is often overlooked.
Learn more about the projects here and stop by the Center for Design in Ryder Hall to see the exhibition in person!