Students in the studio work on transmitting information in a way that is as clear and legible as possible. All the means used (colour, shape, writing system) must be logical and therefore easy to understand. Information design is particularly important in situations of danger, wayfinding systems, safety signs, manuals, interfaces, diagrams, charts, etc. Students learn to visualize complex information, solve design problems through analysis and experimentation, edit and group complex content, and arrange it in the order of importance (information architecture). Special emphasis is placed on teamwork skills and cooperation with specialists from other disciplines.