Designers as Tools of Reconciliation: Design and research through an Indigenous Lens by Jennifer Taback RGD
About this video
As an Indigenous designer and strategist, Jennifer discusses the role designers can play in reconciliation by examining the information they gather, how it is presented and the importance of creating authentic, informed visuals. Join her as she explains how to create the bridges required to effectively work in both worlds and how to blend available teachings, lessons and tools to create projects that amplify Indigenous voices and look amazing.
About Jennifer Taback RGD, President & Partner at Design De Plume Inc
;Miikawaadizi Waaskonee Giizis Kwe is an urban, Indigenous member of the Shawanaga First Nation. Jennifer has worked in the design industry for over 15 years, with work experience ranging from research and assessments to implementation and support for both the private and public sector. She facilitates active discussions and goal setting, helping her clients build brands and communications that represent themselves, their communities and the mission they want to achieve. Understanding the fundamentals of business, networking, and politics, Jennifer sits on a number of boards to help provide insight and advice.