Modes of Criticism 5: Design Systems

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Designers:
Francisco Laranjo
Publisher:
Onomatopee
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Within graphic design, the concept of systems is profoundly rooted in form. Starting from a series of design research residencies in the context of the Porto Design Biennale, this volume proposes a variety of perspectives – social, cultural, political – to challenge this deeply ingrained tradition.

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Issue #5 of Modes of Criticism is a 118-page critical dive into design systems today. MoC functions as the only true journal of design criticism today. No ads. Teeth bared. Ground stood.

(You should probably read it.)

Contents:
Graphic Design Systems, and the Systems of Graphic Design by Francisco Laranjo
Porto Design Biennale, Research Residencies by Luiza Prado & Pedro Oliveira, ACED, Ruben Pater, Demystification Committee
One Size Fits All by Ruben Pater

Fluttering Code: A Cultural and Aesthetic History of the Split-flap Display by Shannon Mattern
Anything with a Shape Cannot Be Broken by Ian Lynam
Co-Creating Empowering Economic Systems – Strategies for Action by Brave New Alps
Lining Out by Georgina Voss

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