SUSTAINABLE GRAPHIC DESIGN ON YOUR DESKTOP

20 July 2008
Adelaide (Australia) - Sponsored by AGDA through the Gordon Andrews Scholarship, QCA Masters Graduate Rebecca Green has delivered a research project discussing Sustainable Graphic Design as well a Widget with hot tips for your to deliver sustainable results in your own projects.
Adelaide (Australia) - Sponsored by AGDA through the Gordon Andrews Scholarship, Queensland College of Art (QCA) Masters Graduate Rebecca Green has delivered a research project discussing Sustainable Graphic Design as well a Widget with hot tips for you to deliver sustainable results in your own projects.

Discussing the questions "What can be done to promote the use of sustainable graphic design in Brisbane?" Rebecca Green's research looks at the following objectives:
  • Conduct an in-depth investigation into graphic design practice to determine barriers to employing sustainable graphic design
  • Target public perception of biocidal design practice, and through this, the client’s graphic design needs
  • Ensure Brisbane graphic designers have access to information on sustainable graphic design methods, techniques and theories.
You can download Rebecca's Sustainable Graphic Design Widget at:
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Source: AGDA website



About Queensland College of Art
Queensland College of Art is the state's oldest and premier visual arts training institution. It is a college focused on creative, studio-based activity, while drawing on the resources of Griffith University, a large innovative institution. This year QCA, Griffith University celebrates its 125th anniversary. QCA is a member of the Icograda Education Network.

About AGDA
The Australian Graphic Design Association (AGDA) is the national organisation for professional graphic designers. It was founded in 1988 to facilitate the advancement of the graphic design profession in Australia. AGDA is a Professional Member of Icograda.