Jeremy Swanston

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Assistant Professor
E132 VAB
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Jeremy Swanston is a graphic designer whose research interests pertain to the utilization of graphic design in visualizing data in an accessible and meaningful way. He is passionate about the impact social design can have not only in an academic environment, but also to the community, and has developed several socially-based projects, including an educational app (SO.BE Stories) for preschool students.
Over the past decade, he has developed extensive print and digital skills to meet the design needs of diverse clients, including the United States Congress and the Department of Justice. During this time, Jeremy has worked as a graphic designer in Washington D.C. for the Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars as well as the United States Government Publishing Office, where he conceived and carried out high-level multimedia communication and brand identity projects, including the 2013 Presidential Inaugural materials.

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