Designing Communications in a Pandemic

How do you leverage design to communicate effectively during a pandemic? What are some of the lessons learned from history that we can apply to the COVID-19 crisis?

Join the director of Jefferson’s new MS in Health Communication graduate program, Maribeth Kradel-Weitzel, in an examination of the strategies used historically and today that combine the elements of graphic design with empathy and human-centered research to communicate critical health information and change public behavior. Consider how you can apply these strategies today in your work or at home to help the people in your life stay healthy and safe.