Stuart Bailey is one of the founding designers and editors of Dot Dot Dot, a graphic design journal whose content spans such diverse areas as music, art, literature, and architecture. Since its conception in 2000, Dot Dot Dot variously described itself as a jocuserious fanzine-journal-orphanage based on true stories, not interested in re-promoting established material or creating another portfolio magazine, and design pieces about aspects of visual culture that occupy their thoughts. Michael Bierut has been a consistent presence on the Design Observer blog, where his frequent and polemical articles usually generate the most impassioned responses. Founded in October 2003 by Bierut, Jessica Helfand, Bill Drenttel, and Rick Poynor, Design Observer has since become an indispensable online forum for graphic designers. Debbie Millman serves as host of Design Matters, a weekly Internet talk show on the Voice America Business network. In that capacity she has produced numerous interview podcasts with many leading designers and critics, including Stefan Sagmeister, Milton Glaser, John Maeda, and Ellen Lupton. The panelists will contend with, among other topics, the creation and dissemination of new and alternative forms of design writing and publishing.
Part of Dis-Contents: Insights Design Lecture Series 2007.
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