Behind all our work is a solid foundation of research and development work. We draw on the existing research in communication and information design.
Our Corporate Members have generously allowed us to use their organisations as laboratories for testing our designs.
We share our research findings with our members and the wider public, for the common good.
For me, information design is not a cumulative pluralist tradition in which, over the years, I have added a diversity of insights from multiple disciplines. On the contrary, at each transition I have reconstructed the notion of information design, fundamentally reshaping what I mean and understand by its practice; in other words, I have changed the philosophical assumptions underlying my understanding of practice.