September means back to school in many cultures. From classrooms and conference rooms to the public square, learning takes places in unexpected spaces. Design helps topics become more accessible. Whether we use it to give access, create awareness, build communities of learning, or more, design has the power to unite minds and change culture. “Dot Dot Dot: Teachers’ Edition” charts the landscape with four educators from unexpected places.
Hear from Chloe Gottlieb, VP, Executive Creative Director of Interaction Design, R/GA, Dan Grossman, Project Leader, Project H Design, Yosi Sergant, REDU, and Andrew Sloat, graphic designer and videomaker, Drainage Ditch.
What better way to spend a Friday evening than to celebrate our best ways of teaching? Come out to us in Brooklyn on Friday, September 17. Hope to see you there!