Malcolm Garrett is a world-renowned designer whose work ranges from record sleeves to motion graphics, and from information environments to all forms of digital design. His work for clients such as the Buzzcocks, Simple Minds, Duran Duran, Peter Gabriel, The Spice Girls and Michael Clark has set the tone of our visual language for three decades. He has been a pioneer of digital design since its inception and in 2000 was the first interactive designer to be elected to the Faculty of Royal Designers for Industry, of which he is the current Master. Today Malcolm designs identities and websites for industry-leading clients from luxury hotels to cultural and media institutions. Malcolm is a member of the Science Museum Advisory Board and the Misha Black Awards Committee. He holds honorary doctorates from Robert Gordon University in Aberdeen and the University of the Arts, London, where he is also a visiting professor. He is a member of BAFTA, fellow of the International Society of Typographic Designers, and fellow of the Royal Society of Arts.
Tuesday 8 April: Panel debate
Malcolm will chair the panel debate to wrap up IDC 2014 on Tuesday 8 April. The panellists and participants will be invited to offer perspectives and a profile of information design, looking back, and more importantly, looking forward.
More details coming soon...