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Parsons Paris.

Julia Wargaski

Julia   Wargaski

Assistant Professor of Communication Design , Art, Media and Technology

Assistant Professor of Communication Design

Office Location:

Sheila Johnson Design Center
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  • Julia Wargaski is an Assistant Professor of Communication Design, Parsons The New School for Design within The School of Art, Media and Technology program. Her specialization is in information design and design processes. As Art Director, Information Designer, and Illustrator, Julia collaborated with two biologists, content and content flow creators, Katayoun Chamany and Lianna Schwartz-Orbach, to co-create the Sources of Stem Cells Radial Infographic and twelve related Detailed Sheets. She contributed Art Direction, Design and Co-development of educational materials for Princeton Nonviolent Communication (NVC) and Application, Information and Visual design for the Ripple, Explore and Map views for the Shape of Change online archive in collaboration with Director, Melanie Crean. She was Co-author, Art Director, and Information Designer for development of the “Trees of Trade: Biodiversity and Extinction” an educational game interface based on Katharina Seifert’s “Effects of Trade: Endangered Species of the Atlantic Rainforest”, in collaboration with Katharina Seifert, Preethi Chethan and Mike Edwards at the Data-play/Parsons PETLab. In addition to teaching multiple levels of information and undertaking research projects, Ms. Wargaski pursues commercial programs and multiple practical applications. BFA, Parsons. UXDI, General Assembly.

    Research Interests:

    information design, information mapping, visual devices and systems for navigation, infographics, sciences and design, biological illustrations, biotechnological processes, medical harmonizing, stem cells, design process, educational tools, typography, data visualization, communication design

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