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Shifting Iconography in the Digital Age

As technology changes and expands, the imagery we use to represent our world loses its meaning

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JJust as the work of writers relies on the universality of a dictionary, the work of designers depends on a widespread, shared understanding of the meaning of images.




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Sue Walsh

Sue Walsh

Creative Director at SYPartners, Faculty at School of Visual Arts. Formerly Senior Art Director at Milton Glaser Incorporated.

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