InformForm

Information design:
in practice, an informed theory

InformForm is an international platform for information design, which celebrates and explores both practical and theoretical experimentation within the field of design. It prides itself on showcasing relevant examples of work by students, for students. Read More

Briefs from the InformForm Student Awards 2013 are available below. The briefs for InformForm Student Awards 2015 will be available soon.

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Walk the Walk

February 2013

We move around the city at different paces, using space in distinct ways. Signs have always played an important role in wayfinding.

Telling the Untold

February 2013

The streets that we walk tell many tales. Some we see, some we know we don't see, some we don't know we don't see. As designers we can give form to the invisible and explain and share stories with passersby.

Tangled Tissues

February 2013

The streets that we walk tell many tales. Some we see, some we know we don't see, some we don't know we don't see. As designers we can give form to the invisible and explain and share stories with passersby.

New (re)lease

February 2013

Product designers create objects with specific functions in mind. Depending on various levels of usage complexity, technology and target audience, different objects will require different types of instruction. As information designers we share a similar conceptual approach, particularly ideas around instruction.

Made from Scratch

February 2013

A recipe is an instructional text that describes how to prepare something. From medical prescriptions to culinary dishes, a recipe can aid the user in the execution of complex and detailed tasks.

Aide-mémoire

February 2013

Memory is a mechanism that allows for information to be registered, retained and retrieved. It is a dynamic process, selecting both important and unimportant things to be remembered and forgotten. Memory also declines over time, changing the way we remember things.