On the heels of the senior Design Systems project taught by Frank Norton, comes this article from AIGA.
To further the discussion and ask: “Can Design be Genderless?”, the National Museum of Women in the Arts has invited design writer Alice Rawsthorn and designer Gabriel Ann Maher to discuss if and how this definite cultural shift is having an impact on design. To start, it’s important to tackle the long-standing biases of history, but also to make sure that there’s support for the work of contemporary designers dealing with issues of gender and feminism. “Recognition is the first step to Enlightenment. That’s how change happens,” Sterling and Mertes say with necessary zeal.
Read more at AIGA Eye on Design