Meaghan Dee

Meaghan Dee is a dog-loving typography nerd who is both a practicing graphic designer and a design educator. She currently serves as co-chair for the Visual Communication Design program at Virginia Tech and on the AIGA National Design Educators Board. She earned her Bachelor of Fine Arts degree from University of Illinois in Graphic Design and her Masters of Fine Arts at Virginia Commonwealth University in Visual Communication Design.

Her primary design foci are typography, branding, user-experience design, editorial design, and packaging. She regularly collaborates on freelance design projects and grant research. Recent projects include graphic design work for the FutureHAUS (a prototype for the home of the future), branding for the New Interfaces in Musical Expression 2018 conference, and a signage design proposal for the Historic Howard Theatre’s Walk of Fame. Meaghan has earned awards for her work nationally and internationally, and has been published in a variety of magazines, including HOW, Print, and GD USA. Additionally, in 2017 she was recognized by Graphic Design U.S.A. as one of 12 “Educators to Watch”.