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Liz Danzico

Liz Danzico

Liz Danzico is the Founding Chairperson of MFA Interaction Design at the School of Visual Arts and Creative Director for NPR, where she oversees the award-winning visual and user experiences of NPR-branded digital content and trains students to research, prototype and apply design concepts in their business, social and cultural contexts. She also advises innovative initiatives in design, education and journalism for clients such as the Bridge Guild, Austin Center for Design, NEA Studio, Coda Story and Thiel Fellowship. She currently holds a B.A. in English from Pennsylvania State University and an M.A. in Professional Writing from Carnegie Mellon University.

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Miles Davis and the Practice of Social Design

Like never before, designers are improvising. They’re finding un-inscribed rules in frames of reference as didactic as form fields, as motley as urban landscapes.
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