LIFE, December 8, 1947
German art, architecture and design school of the interwar period
Bauhaus designer and commercial artist
From “European” Psychology to “American” PR
The New York Times February 5, 1964
Transatlantic information design during the Cold War
Graphic designer and proponent of modern art in advertising
Measures used to gauge the state of economic affairs
Introducing European modernism in graphic and corporate design
Psychologist, advertising expert, and motivation researcher
Psychologist, market and motivation researcher
<em>TIME,</em> November 3,1979
Behavioral economist and consumer researcher
Architect and industrial designer
Graphic designer and founder of an influential corporate image consultancy
Sociologist and expert in media and market research
Social psychologist working on group dynamics and "field theory"
Early industrial design professional
<em>TIME,</em> February 17, 1975
Director of the New Bauhaus in Chicago
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The project is funded largely through a grant from the German Federal Ministry of Education and Research (Bundesministerium für Bildung und Forschung).
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