Decolonial Design Manifesto
Create a solution that allows to exchange indeginous knowledge that has been ignored by a westernized education system.
A platform allowing the exchange of cultures through giving marginalized communities a voice to share their own stories.
A powerful palette that uses black combined with loud flamboyant colours such as violet and yellow helps make a statment and go in hand with the theme of empowerment
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The logotype and heading font selected evoked the platform’s bold and irreverent tone. The choice of sans-serif is used for a feeling of adaptability with the diverse content posted.
The digital platform focused on cultural exchange where designers from different backgrounds. The website have pages with random compositions that exhibit visual qualities that are not patterned, aligned, or horizontal.
The platform also has a shop where there will be monthly zines exploring different local visual cultures, the current zine explore the Amazigh culture in The Amazigh Zine
The grid used is a 12-column grid was utilised to adapt to the varying sizes of the posts. In addition, the large margins enabled the flexibility of the content
The 6-column grid is adapted from the 12-column grid to enabled flexibility in the mobile version.