Posts Tagged 'typography'

Work featured on TypographHer

Nicole Arnett Phillips is a design-writer, typographer and publisher, and her site TypographHer should be on everyone’s bookmarks bar. She interviewed me in July to discuss my MA research into the tension between print and screen-based text, and my efforts to reframe the

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Work featured on TypographHer

Nicole Arnett Phillips is a design-writer, typographer and publisher, and her site TypographHer should be on everyone’s bookmarks bar. She interviewed me in July to discuss my MA research into the tension between print and screen-based text, and my efforts to reframe the

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The 2016 National Meeting of the American Conference for Irish Studies, University of Notre Dame

I presented my paper “Scribes as Designers. Identifying Irish medieval scribes as graphic designers and pioneers of communication design” at ACIS 2016, hosted by the University of Notre Dame on Saturday, April 2, 2016. “The Worlding of Irish Studies” provides a

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The 2016 National Meeting of the American Conference for Irish Studies, University of Notre Dame

I presented my paper “Scribes as Designers. Identifying Irish medieval scribes as graphic designers and pioneers of communication design” at ACIS 2016, hosted by the University of Notre Dame on Saturday, April 2, 2016. “The Worlding of Irish Studies” provides a

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Face Forward Conference

I will be presenting part of my MA research at Face Forward taking place in Dublin on December 11 and 12. My presentation notes may be downloaded here. Face Forward is an international peer-reviewed conference focused on typography that seeks

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Face Forward Conference

I will be presenting part of my MA research at Face Forward taking place in Dublin on December 11 and 12. My presentation notes may be downloaded here. Face Forward is an international peer-reviewed conference focused on typography that seeks

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Chain Story

In an exploration of the dematiarlised and decontextualised nature of digital texts, I started a chain story (or crowd-sourced text) on Facebook. The YarnFacebook Page Post by The Yarn – Chain Story. The Yarn is a Facebook page that contains

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Chain Story

In an exploration of the dematiarlised and decontextualised nature of digital texts, I started a chain story (or crowd-sourced text) on Facebook. The YarnFacebook Page Post by The Yarn – Chain Story. The Yarn is a Facebook page that contains

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Time Binding

Harold Innis, a communications theorist writing in the first half of the twentieth century, coined the terms ‘time binding’ and ‘space binding’ to explain the impact of the dimensions of time and space on communication technologies. Innis identified stone, clay tablets and scribal manuscripts as

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Time Binding

Harold Innis, a communications theorist writing in the first half of the twentieth century, coined the terms ‘time binding’ and ‘space binding’ to explain the impact of the dimensions of time and space on communication technologies. Innis identified stone, clay tablets and scribal manuscripts as

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Typographic Experiment [2]

Experimental typography using foamcore and pins. Letterforms created in Illustrator, using repetition of a linear element.

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Typographic Experiment [2]

Experimental typography using foamcore and pins. Letterforms created in Illustrator, using repetition of a linear element.

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Typographic Experiment [1]

As part of my studies for an MA in Creative Media I am undertaking a number of typographic experiments that explore the tension between medium and meaning as it applies to the written word. At the core of this experimentation

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Typographic Experiment [1]

As part of my studies for an MA in Creative Media I am undertaking a number of typographic experiments that explore the tension between medium and meaning as it applies to the written word. At the core of this experimentation

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Reverse Poetry

An experiment in reverse poetry, investigating the tension between print and pixel. The concept borrows heavily from “Lost Generation” by Jonathan Reed (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=42E2fAWM6rA) This video is part of my academic poster, accessed via a QR code.  

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Reverse Poetry

An experiment in reverse poetry, investigating the tension between print and pixel. The concept borrows heavily from “Lost Generation” by Jonathan Reed (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=42E2fAWM6rA) This video is part of my academic poster, accessed via a QR code.  

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