Design Education Talks Ep. 31 – Anastasios Maragiannis

A designer, academic and researcher, Dr Anastasios Maragiannis has devoted his career to exploring and understanding the fundamentals of design diversity and inclusion, within the context of the digital landscape and a multidisciplinary approach to design thinking. Anastasios is currently the Deputy Head School of Design at the University of Greenwich, London and a Fellow of the Royal Society of the Arts. He is the leading the d+iD – diversity + inclusivity by Design Research Lab which explores how design acts inclusively regardless of disability, gender, ethnicity, vulnerability, language, and age. He is also the Design Critique Lead for TypeThursday London with great interest on how computational technologies impact on the existing principles and forms of design (readability and legibility). Anastasios presented in a number of international conferences and he has been showing his work in various places including the London Design Festival, and the V&A Museum, London. Anastasios has taught at undergraduate and postgraduate levels at Kingston University, UEL, Goldsmiths, University of London, University of Arts, London, and in various UK and international institutions including Athens, Atlanta, Paris, Seattle, Ningbo-China, Istanbul and Berlin. He has also participated and chaired various international conferences including TYPECON in USA, TYPOBERLIN in Germany, DRHA in China and ISEA in Turkey, Australia and Canada. https://www.gre.ac.uk/people/rep/fach/anastasios-maragiannis https://www.linkedin.com/in/anastasiosmaragiannis/ https://www.researchgate.net/profile/Anastasios_Maragiannis http://diversityinclusivity.design

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