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Alex Liebergesell



Professor, Graduate Communications Design and Packaging, Identities & Systems Design Department. Pratt Institute Faculty Trustee and Finance Committee Member. Teaching assignments in graduate thesis, technology studio, visual language studio, design writing, cross-disciplinary studio and sound design. Design and academic research on issues of technology, cultural formation and social narratives, sound and sound studies, and representations of national histories and their impact on contemporary identities. Past teaching appointments at University of Akron, the State University of New York at Purchase, and Yale University; Twenty-five years of industry experience in the management, design and execution of projects in communication design, publishing, web development, data management systems, UX/UI design, branding and advertising.

B.F.A. Graphic Design, Kent State University; M.F.A. Graphic Design, Yale University

Select Writings:
Design in the Age of Autonomous Machines: Modeling Inclusion, Dialogue, and Behavior.
Morphology, Taxonomy and Typology — An Overview
Technology, Design, and Social Sciences: A New Typology of Knowledge for Cross-disciplinary Studies
Design, Technology and Convergence
Sound: A Literature Review