Design Alumna Launches Conscience Form

Lauren Zemering, an alumna from Carnegie Mellon University’s School of Design (BFA ’17), recently launched Conscience Form, a design firm dedicated to socially responsible design. Based in Amsterdam, Conscience Form operates on the belief that through designing responsibly, in seeing the world holistically, and by tackling problems empathetically, they believe they can create a future in which the living world and material world complement each other, and one in which people are happy and healthy.

Professor Stuart Candy Publishes Design and Futures

Carnegie Mellon University School of Design's Stuart Candy has just published "Design and Futures," a major volume about the intersections of the two fields. Together with Cher Potter from the Victoria and Albert Museum in London, Professor Candy spent several years assembling contributions on subjects from moviemaking in Los Angeles to street art in South Africa, game design in Macedonia, and climate-resilient architecture in Tuvalu.

Alumnus Mark Paat Puts Pittsburgh on a T-Shirt

Mark Paat, a Graphic Design Alumnus from the School of Design (BFA ’96) has made it his mission to put all things Pittsburgh, from the sports teams, the history, the quirks, and the colloquialisms of the city, on the front of a t-shirt with his company, Jagoff Ink.

Updated Edition of "Universal Methods of Design" Now Available

Bruce Hanington, Head of Carnegie Mellon University’s School of Design, and alumna Bella Martin (MDes ’04), are publishing an updated version of their book, Universal Methods of Design Expanded and Revised: 125 Ways to Research Complex Problems, Develop Innovative Ideas, and Design Effect Solutions. This revised edition of Universal Design Methods contains 25 new methods and will be available on December 3rd, 2019.


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