It’s been a while! Here are the things we’ve been up to lately, both within and outside the platform: Besides the new layout (designed and implemented by Matt Kiem using Fonts by Womxn), we have also outlined a call for contributions and actions; this is a reminder that our platform is open for anyone currently… Read more »
Previous readers may have noticed that we have recently updated the design of our site. We hope you enjoy the new look! For those who are curious, we are pleased to say that all of the typeface choices have been sourced from Libre Fonts by Womxn (ht @Mitropoulos_A). Our selections include Bitter by Sol Matas, Marvel… Read more »
For the past year, we have been curating and co-editing a special issue for the Design and Culture Journal. We are happy to announce that Volume 10, Issue 1 is out now and includes contributions from Dimeji Onafuwa, Nadine Botha, Uzma Rizvi, Ali Musleh, Uncle Charles Moran + Uncle Greg Harrington + Norm Sheehan, and a roundtable… Read more »
As part of our participation in the Beyond Change conference in Basel (8-10 March 2018), we are moderating a programme titled “Sorry to be heavy, but heavy is the cost” consisting of two sessions.
Over the past few months, we have been adding some new content to the Decolonising Design website. What’s new on the site? “Barbed Wire: The Colonial Legacy of Design in Postcolonial Times”—a new guest post by Ksenija Berk Back in June, Danah, Luiza and Tristan from the Decolonising Design (DD) group presented a paper at… Read more »