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    Alphabet scoop take 3 for week 12 reflection Alphabet scoop take 3 for week 12 reflection Presentation Transcript

    • JOIN THE CONVERSATION AT THE
    • ALPHABET SCOOP JOIN THE CONVERSATION AT THE
    • ALPHABET SCOOP CAFÉ OF DESIGN JOIN THE CONVERSATION AT THE
    • John Trimbur SOUS CHEF
    • Alphabet Worship…
    • Alphabet Worship…
      • is “one of the
    • Alphabet Worship…
      • is “one of the
      • MAIN OBSTACLES
    • Alphabet Worship…
      • is “one of the
      • MAIN OBSTACLES
      • to seeing
      • the MATERIALITY
    • Alphabet Worship…
      • is “one of the
      • MAIN OBSTACLES
      • to seeing
      • the MATERIALITY
      • the MATERIALITY
      • of writing” (261)
    • JESSICA HELFAND HEAD CHEF
    • Visual language…
    • Visual language…
      • inspires designers,
    • Visual language…
      • inspires designers,
        • artists,
    • Visual language…
      • inspires designers,
        • artists,
        • and writers
    • Visual language…
      • inspires designers,
        • artists,
        • and writers
      • “ interpret[s] spoken words
    • Visual language…
      • inspires designers,
        • artists,
        • and writers
      • “ interpret[s] spoken words
      • through
    • Visual language…
      • inspires designers,
        • artists,
        • and writers
      • “ interpret[s] spoken words
      • through
      • typographic expression” (278)
      • but
    • This DISCONNECT
    • This DISCONNECT
      • DISCONNECT
    • This DISCONNECT
      • DISCONNECT
      • DISCONNECT
    • This DISCONNECT
      • DISCONNECT
      • DISCONNECT
      • DISCONNECT
    • This DISCONNECT
      • has led to
    • This DISCONNECT
      • has led to
      • the “expressive
    • This DISCONNECT
      • has led to
      • the “expressive
      • LIMITATIONS
    • This DISCONNECT
      • has led to
      • the “expressive
      • LIMITATIONS
      • of the Western
      • Alphabet”
    • LIMITATIONS?
    • LIMITATIONS?
      • “ One cannot SPEAK a capital letter”
      • Loos
    • LIMITATIONS?
      • “ One cannot SPEAK a capital letter”
      • Loos
      • “ I prefer to SHAPE the language as I deem appropriate.”
    • LIMITATIONS?
      • “ One cannot SPEAK a capital letter”
      • Loos
      • “ I prefer to SHAPE the language
      • as I deem appropriate.”
      • “ CAPS are a necessary EVIL ”
      • Morrison
    • So…
    • So…
      • How does one
    • So…
      • How does one
      • OVERCOME
    • So…
      • How does one
      • OVERCOME
      • these limitations?
    • So…
      • How does one
      • OVERCOME
      • these limitations?
      • ?
    • The Chefs Suggest…
    • Stokoe’s “SIGN-LANGUAGE”
    • Stokoe’s “SIGN-LANGUAGE”
      • A new way of shaping
    • Stokoe’s “SIGN-LANGUAGE”
      • A new way of shaping
      • shaping
    • Stokoe’s “SIGN-LANGUAGE”
      • A new way of shaping
      • shaping
      • shaping
    • Stokoe’s “SIGN-LANGUAGE”
      • A new way of shaping
      • shaping
      • shaping
      • MEANING
      • based on…
    • multiple
      • POINTS OF VIEW
    • multiple
      • POINTS OF VIEW
      • POINTS OF VIEW
    • multiple
      • POINTS OF VIEW
      • POINTS OF VIEW
      • POINTS OF VIEW
    • multiple
      • POINTS OF VIEW
      • POINTS OF VIEW
      • POINTS OF VIEW
      • POINTS OF VIEW
    • multiple
      • POINTS OF VIEW
      • POINTS OF VIEW
      • POINTS OF VIEW
      • POINTS OF VIEW
      • POINTS OF VIEW
    • Stokoe’s “SIGN-LANGUAGE”
      • Sees language as a part of
    • Stokoe’s “SIGN-LANGUAGE”
      • Sees language as a part of
      • a part of
    • Stokoe’s “SIGN-LANGUAGE”
      • Sees language as a part of
      • a part of
      • a part of a more
      • COMPREHENSIVE
    • Stokoe’s “SIGN-LANGUAGE”
      • Sees language as a part of
      • a part of
      • a part of a more
      • COMPREHENSIVE
      • COMMUNICATION
    • Stokoe’s “SIGN-LANGUAGE”
      • Sees language as a part of
      • a part of
      • a part of a more
      • COMPREHENSIVE
      • COMMUNICATION
      • PLATFORM
      • --
      • TIME-SENSITIVE
      • INTERACTIVE
      • HIGHLY
      • VISUAL