Ateneo Information Design Studio
The Ateneo Information Design Studio (AIDS) is a creative and production facility dedicated to nurturing the work of Ateneo designers and communicators so that they may conceive and produce principled, service-oriented, successful, and cutting-edge design and communications projects for the university and the community at large. In practical terms, the AIDS aims to serve as the in-house design center of the Loyola Schools and the Ateneo de Manila University.
The AIDS is also an innovation space in the form of an integrated digital studio for producing design work, print and web publications, other media, and public relations collaterals.
Finally, the AIDS is home to one of the newest and fastest growing programs in the Loyola Schools, the Bachelor of Fine Arts, Major in Information Design track of the Fine Arts Program of the School of Humanities. Therefore, the center’s core stakeholders are Information Design and Fine Arts students and faculty.
However, the nature of both information and design is fundamentally collaborative. Thus aside from the Fine Arts Program, a constellation of affiliates and collaborators nurtures the AIDS, including the Konrad Adenauer Center for Investigative Journalism, the Department of Communications, the Gawad Kalinga Coordinating Office of the Ateneo de Manila, Pathways to Higher Education-Ateneo, the Ateneo Center for Educational Development, the Ateneo Art Gallery, the Ateneo Ægis, Matanglawin, iAteneo, the Ateneo Alumni Association, the Office of the Vice President for the Loyola Schools, the Office of University Development and Alumni Relations, and the Office of the President of the Ateneo de Manila University.
Rooms 318 to 322, PLDT Convergent Technologies Center, Ateneo de Manila University, Katipunan Avenue, Loyola Heights, Quezon City 1108
Tel No. : (63.2)426.6001 local 5332
E-mail Address: afigueroa/at/ateneo/dot/edu
List of Faculty
Figueroa, Michael-Ali D.
Ateneo Information Design Studio Coordinator/FA Lecturer
(63.2)426.6001 local 5332
Javellana, S.J., René B.
FA Program Director/Associate Professor/ID Coordinator
(63.2)426.6001 local 5330