TYPO London 2012 Social
Beyond design cosmetics

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Paula Scher

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Irma Boom

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Vaughan Oliver

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Grant McCracken

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Ken Garland

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Eike König

TYPO London 2012 A Practice For Everyday Life

A Practice For Everyday Life

TYPO London 2012 Visual Editions

Visual Editions

TYPO London 2012 Anthony Burrill

Anthony Burrill

TYPO Berlin 2012 Matthew Butterick

Matthew Butterick

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KarlssonWilker

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Erik Kessels

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This is a significant moment for the profession of design.

For the first time since the 1960s, human centered design is high on the agenda: issues such as accessibility, inclusivity and mobility are once more taking center stage. And as society looks for solutions to social problems of all kinds, it is to design – and designers – that it increasingly turns.

TYPO London 2012: Social provides a unique opportunity to investigate the myriad ways in which designers can function socially. And by ‘functioning socially’ we don’t just mean in the socio-political sense: thanks to huge changes in the nature of media, the act of designing is, more than ever, a social act, whether it is working for a global brand or designing a new eco-friendly typeface.

There is no single path; there are many. But we can be sure of one thing: the socially minded designer is the designer best equipped to deal with the changes that we all face as a culture.

 


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