Imagine keeping the consistency of typeface, layout, and messaging for a private academic institution that's been in existence for over 125 years.
This was the charge of Jacqueline Casey--a graphic designer, illustrator, and educator--throughout her 40+ year tenure at MIT.
A true trailblazer for graphic design and women's equality. Today, we spend time highlighting her story in 4 simple steps.
- Work You Should Know
- Her Signature Style
- Other Names You Should Know
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