Malcolm Garrett is a creative director at Applied Information Group, a graphic design consultancy with offices in London, Vancouver and Seoul. He is also the creative director of i-Design, the annual conference for the interactive design profession in London. With over three decades of graphic design experience, he has worked with all manner of communications, arts, and entertainment media, both analog and digital. His work throughout the 1980s with musicians such as Buzzcocks, Duran Duran, Simple Minds, and Peter Gabriel is widely regarded as having a seminal influence on contemporary graphic design. For the last two decades he has been particularly interested in user-experience and interface design for interactive media across a range of platforms, from the Web to interactive cinema. He holds the title Royal Designer for Industry and is a Fellow of the International Society of Typographic Designers. In 1998, he was nominated for the Prince Philip Designers Prize.
Keeping it real in a virtual world / Kako ohraniti resnično v virtualnem svetu
as author at MAO presents Visual Communications Theory: On Information Design 2009/10 / Muzej za arhitekturo in oblikovanje predstavlja cikel predavanj iz teorije vizualnih komunikacij: O informacijskem oblikovanju 2009/10,
together with: Petra Černe Oven (introducer),