New York designer to speak
Tuesday, February 28, 2012
Designer and educator Mark Randall will present "Views from the World Studio founder; A presentation on a social design practice" noon March 21 at Kiehle Visual Arts Center.
Randall will also conduct a workshop and meet with art and design students.
For more than 15 years, Randall has been principal of Worldstudio, the New York City marketing and design agency which serves major clients such as Adobe Systems, W.K. Kellogg Foundation and the City of New York.
Worldstudio’s work has won industry awards and been featured in books on graphic design. Randall and Worldstudio have been selected twice for the prestigious "ID Forty" award, an annual listing of leading innovators in the design industry chosen by ID: The Magazine of International Design.
He is a co-founder with Steven Heller of Impact! Design for Social Change at the School of Visual Arts in New York City. Design Ignites Change, a Worldstudio program, supports designers and architects who want to make a difference.
"Social design uses design thinking and creativity to improve the human condition and to ensure a sustainable future for us all," Randall said.
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