Students in the MS Health Communication Design elective, “Communicating Health Data,” collaborated with a team of Jefferson researchers, physicians and certified recovery specialists to develop […]
Renee graduated from California College of the Arts with an interdisciplinary MFA in Design. Walker has experience working in all aspects of communication design from traditional print, to environmental, to interactive, and information. She is a partner of the two women design studio, Gold Collective, based in San Francisco and Philadelphia. In her eight years of studio practice, Walker has won several prestigious design awards including the Communication Arts Award for Excellence in Typography and has been invited as the keynote speaker at a national design conference. Her work in information design has garnered international attention including that of the New York Times, GOOD, and Print. Currently, Walker’s teaching and research interests revolve around methods that involve a human-centered research process, experimental use of tools and technology, and a human approach to the communication of information and data visualization.