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Biography: James March is an interdisciplinary designer and educator who creates printed matter, identities, custom lettering, front-end interfaces and interactive projects. He finds satisfaction in an unspecialized practice, taking on a wide range of projects for clients of all sizes. Over the past eight years March has taught interactivity design, typography, statistics and health psychology and has been a speaker at conferences in Canada, the USA and the United Kingdom. March’s graphic design has appeared in several books and magazines both nationally and globally including Applied Arts, FRAME and Communication Arts. His publications also extend to the scientific community, with a recent journal article on contrast and congruence effects in affective priming of words and melodies being published in the journal Psychology of Language and Communication in mid 2013. March’s current research focuses on metaphysical accounts of memory systems and multidimensional visualizations of storage mediums. March is currently a full-time professor at Sheridan College in Oakville, Canada.