By taking advantage of the computer’s ability to display dynamic, flexible, and adaptive typography and imagery, the Small Design Firm, headed by David Small, invents new ways for people to read, interact with, and assimilate information. In combining innovative visualization with architectural space and well-designed physical interfaces, the firm creates potentially limitless spaces. In his presentation, Small discusses the firm’s history of innovation and focuses on the interplay between computer technology, dynamic typography and information design.
Co-sponsored by AIGA Detroit, the Professional Association for Design.
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