The Message journal is a peer-reviewed academic journal that consists of blind reviewed academic papers and occasional commissioned essays. It is dedicated to the development and discussion of contemporary and historical visual communication research, particularly with an emphasis on Graphic Communication Design practice, outputs and artefacts.
The aim of the Message journal is to explore and challenge the boundaries of visual communication within art and design through an experimental and developmental ethos, challenging the practitioner, the development and use of technology, as well as questioning visual communication values such as social, ethical and sustainable practices.
The journal was established by founding members of the Message research group at the University of Plymouth. We are now also very happy to announce, the co-editorship of the journal has been expanded to include colleagues Åse Huus and Dóra Ísleifsdóttir, from the University of Bergen.
A warm welcome to Åse and Dóra,
Victoria Squire, University of Plymouth
Peter Jones, University of Plymouth
Åse Huus, University of Bergen
Dóra Ísleifsdóttir, University of Bergen
University of Plymouth Press
Professor Rina Arya, University of Huddersfield
Patrick Baglee, Design Consultant and Journalist
Paul Bailey, London College of Communication
James Corazzo, Sheffield Hallam University
Dr James Dyer, University of Huddersfield
Professor Emeritus Jorge Frascara, University of Alberta
Dr Kirsten Hardy, Bournemouth University
Peter Lloyd, University Southampton Solent
Dr Anastasios Maragiannis, University of Greenwich
Maziar Raein, Oslo National Academy of the Arts
Professor Elizabeth Resnick, Massachusetts College of Art and Design
Lizzie Ridout, Falmouth University
Aidan Rowe, University of Alberta
Professor Teal Triggs, Royal College of Art, London