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  • Youth in Transition A 3rd year communication design class considered the problem of youth with chronic illness transitioning from child-centred to adult-centred healthcare. Current systems have focused on paper or web-based education and information recording, but compliance rates are low. In conjunction with the British Columbia Children’s Hospital the class conducted primary and secondary research and proposed solutions. […] No responses June 12, 2012
  • Current Issue 02 Research is central to the culture of Emily Carr University of Art + Design. Along with Practice and Pedagogy, it forms the foundation of the work we do. Current is a multi platform design journal that showcases creative, practice-based and applied research. It functions as a site for design researchers, design academics, students, professional designers, […] No responses March 29, 2012
  • Pulse™ Energy On Re-Educating Your Market Pulse™ Energy On Re-Educating Your Market Interviewer: Haig Armen, Assistant Professor, Faculty of Design + Dynamic Media Interviewees: Kara Pecknold, MAA 2009 graduate from the design stream, & Chris Stone, principal of SeaStone Designs. The Back Story What does energy consumption look like? Or, for that matter, what does energy conservation look like? If you’ve […] No responses May 8, 2011