Communication & Graphic Design
Current student research degree projects in communication and graphic design at University of the Arts London.
View UAL staff research projects involving communication and graphic design.
Defining acceptable colour tolerances for identity branding - psychophysical modelling of colour appearance in free viewing conditions.
Built information: visual communication in digitally augmented public space.
An analysis of the visual languages, tropes and conventions of scientific graphic design.
How can Arabic typography and graphic communication technologies help Arabic and non-Arabic speakers in bilingual (Arabic-Latin) communication design?
The Third Hand in Creating Comic Books: A Practice-Based Study of Writer-Artist Collaboration
Contemporary processes of text typeface design.
The bones of the book: schematic structure and meaning made from books.
Designing a critic – research methods for critical graphic design practice.
University Brand Guidelines: their communication to and implementation by designer and non-designer users
A Graphic Novel: Storying the Absent Father
Can You Read It This Way? Tracing and expanding the limits of comic-strip storytelling through practice.
Story Design and the Museum: Re-evaluating the Role of Narrative in the Exhibition Experience
Graphic Design for Dissent: The anti-austerity movements and the graphic languages that emerged as a response to the global financial crisis during the early 21st century.
Architectural lettering and corporate identity: early branding on commercial buildings.
Cultural Translation: An Analysis of Chinese Tropes in Emerging Luxury Chinese Lifestyle-Fashion Brands