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Rob Dewey is a strategist, designer, writer, editor, and musician. His professional accomplishments include leading brand identity strategy development for WGBH/Boston, Twin Cities Public Television, Minnesota Public Radio, and 1517 Media; design strategy for clients like 3M, GE, General Mills, and Allina Health; and significant design projects for companies including Aetna, Motorola, and Netgear.

Rob organized and moderated TEDxMillCity as well as conferences for the American Institute of Graphic Arts and the American Center for Design. He edited the ACD’s journal and design annual, researched and wrote a guide to Las Vegas entertainment design for AIGA, developed content for Walker Art Center exhibition catalogs, and edited the book Chicago Graphic Design.

Rob managed an integrated corporate design competition, the Beacon Award, for Fortune magazine and edited and published the books Propaganda for AIGA and Independence for Capsule. He also researched and authored the official history of the Society of Typographic Arts on the occasion of its 75th anniversary.

Rob has served on the adjunct faculty of the Minneapolis College of Art and Design and lectured at several other institutions. His work and ideas have been published by Communication Arts, Print, Eye, ID, the AIGA Journal of Graphic Design, and the books Looking Closer 2: Critical Writings on Graphic Design, Designing Identity: Graphic Design as Business Strategy, and The Designer as Author. He is a Fellow of the Society of Typographic Arts.