M ELIZABETH DESIGNS

Research

My research focuses on diverse and inclusive representation in the fields of typography and typeface design, including providing a (future) platform for underrepresented designers to share their stories, and creating a progressive classroom space that prioritizes a broad typographic perspective.

Redefining the Default: Decentering Pedagogical Perspective in the Typography Classroom

Design Incubation Colloquium 8.1: Seton Hall University

Event information

 

A Typographic History, Part 2 (Classroom Lecture)

Updated 2021. Focuses on diverse and inclusive representation through a decolonized lens. Taught to all Typography students.

Typographic Voices

Typographic Voices is an online resources for students, educators, and professional designers to learn more about traditionally underrepresented typeface designers with an emphasis on sharing their stories and portfolios.

Currently in development; stay tuned at TypographicVoices.com for updates.