Politics through the eyes of design and technology.
Toronto, Ontario (PRWEB) October 25, 2013
K+CO, a Toronto-based communications agency, is launching The Design Senate this week.
Described on its website as “reflections on the state of global politics and citizenry,” The Design Senate is set up to be the go-to hub for political content, from the world’s top headlines to the obscure and unusual.
With so many news outlets jockeying for readership across a variety of platforms, The Design Senate will sift through the media overload with its own unique focus - examining the influence of design and technology on the political landscape.
Curating content from around the world, The Design Senate will be a one-stop resource for political enthusiasts to scan current events and captivating articles, from the lighthearted to the thought-provoking. The Design Senate is divided into three categories:
The Rundown - A daily selection of the most interesting political articles from around the world. These are organized by month and feature a wide range of perspectives.
The Weekly Synopsis - A 100-word summary that links several stories from the week in politics. These blurbs are presented in three sections (Canada, United States, World).
The Goods - A curated selection of must-have books, publications, paraphernalia and apps for the politically inclined.
“We want to build a global community that’s interested in the role that design and technology play in modern politics,” says Ahmad Ktaech, founder of The Design Senate and managing director of K+CO.
For more information about The Design Senate, visit: http://www.designsenate.com.
For more information about K+CO, visit: http://www.kandco.ca.