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Kenji graduated with a distinction in Master of Design from Curtin University of Technology, Australia after receiving professional design training from Japan in the early nineties.
Accumulating 20 years of relevant job experiences as a creative practitioner, Kenji has also been passionately teaching as a design educator for the past 10 years.

Sustainability in Graphic Design: A New Approach

In today's evolving landscape, graphic design is veering towards a more sustainable trajectory. This workshop will delve into the pivotal role of graphic designers, emphasising how their choices can both benefit and harm the environment. By introducing a forward-thinking approach — starting from a product's disposal and working backwards — participants will gain insights into the entire lifecycle of a design project. Key areas covered include the inception of eco-friendly ideas, responsible production processes, selecting sustainable materials, optimising distribution and delivery to reduce carbon footprints, ensuring eco-conscious product usage, and facilitating environmentally-friendly disposal methods.

🌿 Shift in Design Practices: Embracing sustainability in graphic design.

🎨 The Designer's Responsibility: How graphic designers influence the environment, for better or worse.

⏳ Starting from the End: A revolutionary approach to sustainable design thinking.

💡 Journey of Eco-conscious Design:
Idea Generation: Pioneering green concepts.
Production: Environmentally-responsible processes.
Material Selection: Picking the greenest options.
Distribution & Delivery: Lowering carbon footprints.
Usage: Maximising eco-friendliness.
Disposal: Ensuring minimal harm.

🌍 Your Impact Matters: Become a trailblazer in eco-friendly graphic design!

27 Oct 2023, Sat
7pm - 9pm
Online (Zoom)







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