I started reading 'Extra Bold – A Feminist, Inclusive, Anti-racist, Nonbinary Field Guide for Graphic Designers'.
[…] Graphic designers produce representations of society, and they help create access to information and ideas. But who gets to be represented, and who gets access? Eurocentric principles of modern design were conceived as egalitarian tools of social progress, yet they served to suppress differences among people across the globe. Indeed, alternative viewpoints and methodologies flourish outside the norms of Western design theory. Inclusive design is created by people with varied identities, backgrounds, and abilities.
🔗 Read about the book (on Princeton Architectural Press)
- About stereotypes (or clicheés)
- If my site were a tea table, this book would have a place of honour on it. Today it would be open on the page about the life of William Wells Brown.
- About history
- If my site were a tea table, this book would have a place of honour on it. Today it would be open on the page with a quote about history.
- False empathy, fast fashion, gender pay gap
- Stop bastardizing design with false empathy, fast fashion and sustainability, gender pay gap, and more.