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Studying the Cultural Duality of Young Iranian Women Through Semantic Differential and Visual Representation
A study of the daily lives of todays young Iranian women shows significant difference between their public and private lives. According to a number of studies on modern and contemporary Iranian history, this can be attributed ...
On Virtual Becoming and Belonging: Visualizing the Performativity of Sudanese Cultural Identity and Resistance
A contested history with turbulent political narratives has played a leading role in the formation of Sudanese identity. It is situated firmly in a romanticized past as it is in a troubled present. For the diaspora, social ...
Bridging the Gap: An Exploration of Visual Design Criteria Found in the "Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act, 2005" (AODA)
Information and communication technology such as World Wide Web have gradually become implanted in every aspect of individuals life such as education and training, employment, government, health care, and more. Web provides ...
Systematizing Studio Practice: Working with the Known to Generate the Unknown
The following investigation examines the use of systematized methods to experiment with new ways of graphic design production. The research is informed by research through design (RtD), multiples as variation, conditional ...
Perpetual Shuttling: An Investigation into Design for Chinese Diasporic Identities in Negotiation
In a global context, the conventional markers of identity are challenged and problematized. Although the dominant narrative in Western culture is Anglo-Saxon, the increasingly multicultural nature of Canadian society gives ...