Profile: Ned Drew

Faculty
Department of Arts, Culture and Media

Professor Ned Drew teaches various graphic design courses and the history of graphic design at Rutgers University-Newark. Professor Drew is the director of The Design Consortium, a student/teacher run design studio that focuses on non-profit, community-based projects. Drew is also a founding partner and creative director of the multi-disciplinary design firm, BRED based in NYC (www.brednation.com). Drew is also the co-editor of Design Education in Progress: Process and Methodology, Volumes 1, 2 and 3, an academic book series dedicated to the study of design pedagogy. In 2005, Professor Drew co-authored BY ITS COVER: Modern American Book Cover Design through Princeton Architecture Press. His work has been included in several books, including USDesign 1975-2000, Working with Computer Type and has been recognized by the American Institute of Graphic Arts, The Type Directors Club, The Art Directors Club as well as Graphis, Print, How and Creativity magazines.