Inge Gobert en Johan Van Looveren
This book presents the reflections of 16 designers of international renown, all of whom are active in the broad field of information design: interactive, editorial and environmental design, data visualization, wayfinding, typography, cartography, etc. Through interviews, Inge Gobert and Johan Van Looveren provide insight into the field of information design, its working methods, possibilities and limitations, attitudes, dreams and frustrations. Special emphasis is placed on how future information designers can be effectively prepared to work in a world where the nature of information is constantly changing.
Interviews with: Johannes Bergerhausen, Peter Crnokrak / The Luxury of Protest, Brendan Dawes, Rose Epple, Tim Fendley / Applied, Joost Grootens / Studio Joost Grootens, Fernando Gutiérrez / Studio Fernando Gutiérrez, Joe Malia / BERG, Joris Maltha / Catalogtree, Morag Myerscough / Studio Myerscough, Maria da Gandra & Maaike van Neck / MWMcreative, Mark Porter / Mark Porter Associates, Lizá Ramalho & Arthur Rebelo / R2, Andreas Uebele / Büro Uebele Visuelle Kommunikation, Gerlinde Schuller / The World as Flatland, Andrew Vande Moere.
22 x 29 cm, 8 ½ x 11 ½ in, 192 pages, approx. 230 illustrations, softcover (2014)
ISBN 978-3-03778-436-5, English
€25.00 / $35.00 / £20.00
Inge Gobert und Johan Van Looveren INGE GOBERT and JOHAN VAN LOOVEREN are designers and educators in graphic and information design. Since 2005, they curate Shapeshifters, an annual lecture series on designing information. After Shaping Voices (2010), Thoughts on Designing Information is their second publication, stimulating the debate on graphic and information design culture.