Designing in The Void, by Jayne Vidheecharoen, is about the trans-disciplinary designer’s role in the modern design landscape.

This digital form is an experimental approach to a traditional academic research paper. Instead of thinking of a single post as complete entry, the entire paper itself is broken up into several sections allowing people to add to the discussion in context throughout the document. This is in contrast to a typical blog essay in which the entire essay is meant to be consumed whole and only commented upon at the very end, creating a clean barrier between The Author and The Reader. This format also returns to a traditional time structure by inverting the time structure of a typical blog, where the “last” or most recent idea is first while the “starting” or initial idea is at the end.

Jayne Vidheecharoen is a graduate student in the Media Design Program at Art Center College of Design.


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