who knew: Are you a victim of default design?

A ollection of daring questions. Who Knew is an information design network devoted to ‘difficult content’ – ideas and issues that are commonly misunderstood and censored. Every 3 months, students graphically communicate texts considered complex, confusing and/or controversial – things that make us go, “Who knew?” Who Knew studies the interpretive power of graphics and typography in the access, efficiency and transparency of information.

Who Knew is directed by Joshua Trees for the Graphic Design Department at Art Center College of Design and published thrice per year in April, August and December.


Are you a victim of default design?
This is the first in a series of interviews aimed at understanding the role of “defaults” in today’s design practice. Ultimately, I am trying to develop prevention techniques to avoid falling victim to “default design”.

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