In response to the question ’What would you design for your MP, and why?’ (Voxpop, DW 18 February), it would have to be a crash-course in design – to top off his flawless socialist credentials.
The course would probably be in graphic design, which makes the principles of integrated form and function so explicit and accessible, using the common resource of language.
After all, the primary job of Jeremy Corbyn MP is to communicate and he would be edified by visualising Islington North as a design problem.
His tutors would be Richard Hollis for politics and typography, Nick Bell for conceptual discipline and Frith Kerr to loosen the whole thing up a bit.
Emily Campbell, Director of design, Royal Society of Arts, by e-mail