Jacqueline Thaw

Associate Professor in Design

Jacqueline Thaw is a graphic designer focused on the written word and design’s role in public life. Based in New York City, she works primarily with cultural and educational organizations and new companies who are in the process of defining their mission and message. She was a staff designer at I.D. Magazine, Parham Santana and Pentagram. She has taught at the University of Hawaii and the School of Visual Arts and has given talks and workshops at the Rhode Island School of Design, Fordham University, and the national conference of the American Institute of Graphic Arts (AIGA). Her work has been recognized by the AIGA, Art Directors Club, Type Directors Club, and AIGA/Honolulu. She creates design for social change as a member the design collective Class Action.