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Posted on Oct 5, 2013 by elupton
“Bullshit in the Sky” (Michele Champagne) and “Design at IDEO” (Islam Elsedoudi)
Friday, October 11, noon, Brown 320
Open to all MICA students, faculty, and staff
On October 11 – 13, Michèle Champagne and Islam Elsedoudi will conduct workshops and lectures with MICA’s Graphic Design MFA program. All MICA students are invited to a joint lecture; graduate workshops to follow.
Michèle Champagne is a designer and writer who works in branding and editorial across media. She is the founding editor of the print and online magazine That New Design Smell. Her branding projects include Mediamatic Travel, a social network pinned to an open source platform. Champagne recently spent four years in Amsterdam completing a Masters degree at Rietveld Academy’s Sandberg Institute; she has worked with Droog, Metahaven, Strelka Institute, Mediamatic Foundation, and VPRO, a Dutch public broadcaster. Her essays and work have been published with Print in NYC, Volume in Amsterdam and OpenCity Projects in Toronto.
Islam Elsedoudi is a Senior Communication Designer based in the Boston office of the renowned international design firm IDEO. More than any other firm on the planet, IDEO has been responsible for developing and disseminating “design thinking” as a human-centered design methodology, creating products, systems, and services focused on the needs of users. Islam Elsedoudi has worked across the US and India, with work ranging from brand strategy thinking to packaging design systems and online service platforms. His work represents the expanding role of the designer as thinker, maker, and strategist in the twenty-first century.
Posted on Nov 17, 2012 by elupton