The extent to which humans as part of civil society may be redefined by sophisticated hacking activities and DIY electronic technologies may be required to overcome systems of totalitarian media control.
Dystopias are useful for hypothesising what course in terms of democratic development in relation to media technology society may take.
Design workbooks or journals are valuable tools in generating ideas and documenting design work. They are useful throughout the Journalism Design process but particularly in the early stages of Discover and Imagine.
The contextual phase of our research aimed to understand how the 2016 cohort of Journalism Design students imagined the future of journalism. We were interested in how they used design methods and how and when they considered journalistic values. This is what we found out.
So far we have created two versions of the Journalism Design framework and we are currently working on the third iteration. Here you'll see how our ideas evolved.
The Framework for Journalism Design project aims to develop tools for teaching design methods to journalism students in a way that equips them for future careers.
The Journalism Design course evolved from the Journalism + Interaction Design (J+IxD) course ran at the University of Queensland between 2013 and 2015.