Bonnie Abbott

Designer, Researcher and Educator

Bonnie's work stretches across several design disciplines. She spent 10 years in the design field, predominantly in publication design and branding, writing and education, before moving into research and strategy within the tech industry. She is the former editor of Australia's oldest design magazine Desktop, has written for Process Journal, Creative Review and ArchitectureAU, and published the Australian talent guide Semi-Precious and creative journal Gather and Fold

Bonnie has delivered talks and workshops on adaptive processes, publishing, content-driven design and female representation in design, most notably at Vivid Sydney, Analogue Digital Creative Conferences, NGV Art Book Fair and Triple R radio.

She currently runs the workshop series Design Infidelity through her studio Double Days, lectures at RMIT and Monash University, and works as a strategic designer and design ethnographer.

Speaker’s event

Design Infidelity: Alternative Methods for Thinking and Acting

Design Infidelity: Alternative Methods for Thinking and Acting
Location:
City and Surrounds
When:
03 Jun, 10:00 am - 04:00 pm