Earlier this semester in my globalization class we talked about the concept of the digital divide. Simply put, it refers to the technological gap between people and how well they are able to access it in relation to one another, along with their geographical location. At this point it can be safe to say that those who live in developed countries have better access to information technology resources than people in developing countries. This idea had me thinking about how graphic designers in developing countries go about their design work. I’m sure they have access to computers, but probably not as much as people in developing nations do. I am just curious as to how graphic designers in these nations go about creating work and the kinds of design movements that occur there. It seems like an interesting subject to do research on.