Andrew Shea is a graphic designer, writer, and educator. As the founding partner at MANY, a multidisciplinary graphic design studio, Shea creates identities, web sites, and printed matter. His book, Designing for Social Change: Strategies for Community-Based Graphic Design was published by Princeton Architectural Press in 2012. Shea has also written about design for Core77, AIGA, Design Observer, Entrepreneurial Magazine, Designer's Review of Books, and GOOD. He teaches community-focused design at Parsons The New School for Design and Pratt Institute. Shea's solo and collaborative design work has been featured by Fast Company, Print, How, Communication Arts, Adbusters, Metropolis Magazine, and Massachusetts Institute of Technology Council of the Arts, among others and he regularly speaks about design.
Designing for Social Change: Strategies for Community-Based Design (Princeton Architectural Press). Design Writing also appears in Core77, AIGA, Design Observer, Entrepreneurial Magazine, Designer's Review of Books, and GOOD.
behavior change, user experience, designing for social change, urban policy, multidisciplinary collaboration