Event

Jessica Bellamy

Tue, October 9, 2018, 4pm
MDP Design Dialogues

Creative Impact: Equity in Information and Experience Design
Jessica Bellamy tells visual stories using data and personal narratives. As a Design Justice advocate, Jessica started her design career working with nonprofits and community groups to create compelling explainers that break down complex service and policy information. In her lecture, she will walk through impact design case studies, her six principles of Conscious and Responsible design, give a foundation in data equity, and share with the tools necessary to be successful in the social change sector. You will also learn about her experiences as a creative operating at the intersection of community organizing, information design, research, and experience design.

Jessica Bellamy of GRIDS (The Grassroots Information Design Studio) a Louisville, KY‚Äč based teaching studio and design agency.

2017 Adobe Creative Resident and Motion Infographic designer Jessica Bellamy, of Louisville Kentucky, tells visual stories using data and personal narratives. As a Design Justice advocate, Jessica started her design career working with nonprofits and community groups to create compelling explainers that break down complex service and policy information.

ABOUT GRIDS
As a teaching studio, GRIDS leads workshops and cohorts that challenge creatives to grow their brave aspirations and engage in impact-driven collaborations.
As a design agency, they generate information graphics in all forms in order to better disseminate information to communities around the country. GRIDS, as an agency, works solely with nonprofits and community groups.

Wind Tunnel Gallery

South Campus,
950 S Raymond Ave,
Pasadena, CA 91105

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Wind Tunnel Graduate Center for Critical Practice is an initiative of the graduate programs in Art and Media Design Practices at Art Center College of Design. The Wind Tunnel, situated between the two programs in a former supersonic jet testing facility on Art Center's south campus, is a forum for speakers, conferences, exhibitions, residencies, screenings, and publications.

Parking is free or take the Gold Line and exit at Filmore Station.