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Ted Carden

Senior Lecturer

Department: Northumbria School of Design

Ted Carden is a Senior Lecturer in Graphic Design within the School of Design. He studied and taught graphic design at the prestigious Glasgow School of Art and worked extensively in the graphics industry before joining Northumbria. As a practicing graphic designer, his professional experience ranges from working for award-winning graphic design and interior design consultancies, to a decade as Design Manager/Art Director with HarperCollins Publishers. He has extensive experience across the visual communications field in design for print and online media.

Currently Ted is year tutor and co-author of the Publishing Design pathway across 2nd and final year within the Graphic Design course. Since 2008 he has been the External Examiner for the Graphics, Illustration, Multimedia and Publication Design undergraduate degree awards at Staffordshire University.

Key Publications

  • Please visit the Pure Research Information Portal for further information
  • How traditional craft practices can define culture, Carden, T., Carden, S. Feb 2009, Design Practices and Principles International Conference
  • Mnemonic Descriptors as Generative Principles in Digital Type, Carden, T., Carden, S. Dec 2008, Proceedings of GA2008, 11th Generative Art conference, Milan, Domus Argenia
  • Visual literacy and pattern configuration as design paradigm: How visual rhetoric can be used to define social and cultural identity, Carden, T., Carden, S. Mar 2008, Proceedings of the IASTED International Conference on Internet & Multimedia Systems & Applications with Special Sessions on Visual Communications, Anaheim, California, ACTA Press

Qualifications

Design Studies BA (Hons) June 30 1982


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