Tagged: Corona Pandemic
For a year now, countless pictures have been showing us the many facets of the pandemic day after day. Jann Jenatsch, deputy managing director of the Keystone-SDA press agency, discusses in this interview the selection criteria on which press images are based and which images of the crisis will stick in our minds.
Especially serial formats adapt themselves with “Home Recording” to a new design using Zoom, Skype or mobile camera. In his article Arno Görgen draws first conclusions on this development.
In order to prevent the historical significance of the moment from falling into oblivion, as our ancestors’ experiences during the Spanish flu had done before, various museums and academic stakeholders – especially from the field of public history – have called on the internet to collect personal memories, everyday experiences, and findings about the “Corona Crisis” and upload them to their databases.
Three examples of creative ways to allow people to socialise in parks while ensuring safe distancing.
When your own home becomes the center of the universe…
life as a family is tested – the psychology of architecture can tell us what we can learn from this new situation…
During the corona pandemic, pictograms are often used to communicate hygiene measures and behavioural rules. However, designing readable pictograms is a challenging task.
A critical reflection questions whether arbitrariness or political calculation lies behind the conceptless and confusing design of the UK government’s Covid-19 messaging.
The streets of Whitechapel were deserted, as were the streets of the London Docks and Southwark. The doors of the houses were locked, the windows partly nailed up with boards. Many houses seemed to...