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5 Influential Women in Design
5 Influential Women in Design
5 Influential Women in Design
5 Influential Women in Design
5 Influential Women in Design
5 Influential Women in Design
5 Influential Women in Design
5 Influential Women in Design
5 Influential Women in Design
5 Influential Women in Design
5 Influential Women in Design
5 Influential Women in Design
5 Influential Women in Design
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5 Influential Women in Design

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Although many of the most famous graphic designers are men, there are many female designers who have influenced the industry. It is estimated that 54% of designers are women, and that number is …

Although many of the most famous graphic designers are men, there are many female designers who have influenced the industry. It is estimated that 54% of designers are women, and that number is increasing every year.

This presentation highlights 5 women who have made an impact in the design industry, both past and present.

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  • 1. A presentation by www.designdeeper.comINFLUENTIALWOMEN INDESIGN
  • 2. A presentation by www.designdeeper.comINTRODUCTIONAlthough many of the most famous graphic designers aremen, there are many female designers who have influencedthe industry. It is estimated that 54% of designers are women,and that number is increasing every year.This presentation highlights 5 women who have made animpact in the design industry, both past and present.
  • 3. A presentation by www.designdeeper.comPAULA SCHER• One of the most prominent women graphic designers• First female principal at Pentagram• Expert in multiple fields such as: branding, packaging,publication design, and environmental graphics• Named to the Art Directors Club Hall of Fame andrecipient of the AIGA Medal• Developed branding and identities for some of theworld’s biggest companiesClick here to learn more >
  • 4. A presentation by www.designdeeper.comPAULA SCHER
  • 5. A presentation by www.designdeeper.comJACQUELINE CASEY• Most famous for her innovative posters• Design director of Design Services of MassachusettsInstitute of Technology (MIT), Cambridge• Advanced the International Style of design• Examples of her work are on permanent display inseveral museums around the U.S.• Recipient of the William J. Gunn AwardClick here to learn more >
  • 6. A presentation by www.designdeeper.comJACQUELINE CASEY
  • 7. A presentation by www.designdeeper.comCARIN GOLDBERG• Well known for her creative work on over 1,000 bookcovers• Innovative use of typography• Designer at CBS Television, CBS Records, and AtlanticRecords• Awarded the first Art Director’s Club, Grand MastersAward for Excellence in Education• Teacher at School of Visual ArtsClick here to learn more >
  • 8. A presentation by www.designdeeper.comCARIN GOLDBERG
  • 9. A presentation by www.designdeeper.comRUTH ANSEL• Art director for The New York Times Magazine, House &Garden, Vanity Fair, and Vogue• Co-art director for Harper’s Bazaar• Received the Gold Medal for Design and the Society ofPublication Design Award for Continuing Excellence inPublication Design• Worked in multiple design fields such as editorial,advertising, movie title, and book designClick here to learn more >
  • 10. A presentation by www.designdeeper.comRUTH ANSEL
  • 11. A presentation by www.designdeeper.comCIPE PINELES• Art director at Seventeen, Charm, and Mademoiselle• First female member of the Art Directors Club• Inducted into the Art Directors Club Hall of Fame andreceived the AIGA Medal• Faculty member and director of publication design atParsons School of Design• Credited with the innovation of using fine artists toillustrate mass-market publicationsClick here to learn more >
  • 12. A presentation by www.designdeeper.comCIPE PINELES
  • 13. A presentation by www.designdeeper.com

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