Denise Gonzales Crisp

Splainin’ Craft. Seekin’ Flow.

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Where is craft in graphic design practices these days? Practices that are, more and more, informed by user-centered research and methods-based practices. As designers become more engaged with seeking and creating friction-free experiences for users, does thinking about craft have value anymore? Informed by a recent leap into learning the drums, and the consequent search for “flow,” Denise offers a different perspective on the craft of graphic design, and why craft still matters.


Denise Gonzales Crisp

“Bi-located” in Los Angeles and Raleigh, Denise Gonzales Crisp is a graphic designer and Professor of Graphic Design at North Carolina State University. Her design and writing is published internationally in design publications — including Design and Culture Journal, Items, and Eye — and anthologiessuch as All Access: The Making…

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