Associate Professor – Graphic Design
Isabel Meirelles is a designer and educator. Since 2003, she has been teaching classes on information design and motion graphics in the Department of Art and Design. Her intellectual curiosity lies in the relationships between visual thinking and visual representation, with a research focus on the theoretical and experimental examination of the fundamentals underlying how information is structured, represented, and communicated in different media. Isabel is the author of “Design for Information: An introduction to the histories, theories, and best practices behind effective information visualizations” (Rockport Publishers, 2013).