Visual Rhetoric: Graphic Design and Social Science Students Team Up

Visual rhetoric has been growing in popularity over the last few years due to the rise of infographics on the web. Visual rhetoric through information design presents data in new, interesting, and easy-to-digest forms, allowing the public to be educated on research which may have otherwise flown under the radar.

For years now, the London School of Economics (LSE) has been teaming up their graphic design students with social science students at the London College of Communication (LCC) to create visual rhetoric for their research which more effectively communicates their data. The program appears effective and this video created by LSE provides a unique look into the process of how LCC students pitch their research in hopes of acquiring a partnership from design students.

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