E. Scott Denison, IDSA
Assistant Professor and Foundations Coordinator
The Ohio State University
After a long professional career embracing a full complement of design expression in print, graphics, television, web, brands and environments, E. Scott Denison is currently assistant professor and foundations coordinator at The Ohio State University (OSU).
He holds a BID in visual communications and an MFA in design research and development from OSU. Denison teaches pre-design fundamentals along with junior collaborative studio and has taught graduate seminars. His research utilizes design fiction to explore the socio-techno ramifications of design and technology.
Undergraduate Design Fiction: Framework to Enact a Guerrilla Future
Designing believable future fiction narratives can be a catalyst to provoke discussion and debate with institutional and public audiences, and a powerful means of educating critical and reflective designers that question the ethics of what and why we create.
E. Scott Denison, assistant professor and foundations coordinator at The Ohio State University (OSU), presents a particular model for design fiction—a guerrilla future that draws context from a project-based collaborative studio that brought together undergraduates from industrial design, interior design and visual communications. The objective is to suggest a reproducible framework with an undergraduate design studio. enacted with a student, public or corporate audience.