WeShouldDoItAll’s talk will center around the idea of the studio’s work oscillating between multiple worlds of design. From architecture, exhibition, graphic design into products.
WeShouldDoItAll (WSDIA) is a contemporary design studio that translates clients’ needs into dynamic, visual systems that can be presented at multiple scales. These solutions take the form of branding, spatial, environmental, interactive, or print projects. WSDIA has been nationally and internationally recognized through various awards and publications, including the prestigious Art Directors Club Young Guns 5 award. WSDIA has won awards from the Event Design Awards, Type Directors, Creative Review Magazine, and AIGA National.
Jonathan Jackson is principal of WSDIA and brings over 14 years of architectural, spatial, graphic, and interactive design experience for global brands to the team. He graduated from Kent State University with a degree in Architecture. Prior to founding WSDIA in 2004, he worked for architects, Studio Archea in Italy, Archi-Tectonics, and Lindy Roy in New York. He served 2 years on the board of directors of AIGA/NY and he has served as a visiting critic at Columbia University GSAPP, Pratt University, Rhode Island School of Design, and has lectured at the Ecole Superieure en Visual Merchandising Design in Switzerland, UsByNight Design Festival in Antwerp, Belgium, Harvard GSD, The Art Directors Club, University of Michigan Taubman College of Architecture & Urban Planning, and AIGA/NY.