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Information Design

Rethinking Apple’s Terms of Use agreement

Gregg Bernstein takes a look at the familiar Apple terms of use agreement, and gives it a much needed design makeover.

Tactic: Good ol’ fashioned Information Design

Topic: Our deal with Apple

Brief: Fellow SCAD alum Gregg Bernstein, as part of his Masters thesis takes a thorough look at how this contractual agreement we so easily accept could be simplified and clarified.

Read more about his work here



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