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Randy Gregory

Class 2013

As a 2013 Brand Master, Randy Gregory II is looking to use his talents on projects that focus on improving the connections between users & the brands in their lives.


Over the past year spent at the School of Visual Arts, he has become a powerful storyteller, tactful strategist, eager brainstormer, and skilled presenter which has added to his pre-existing skill set in user experience design, user interface design, print design, and brand design.


One of his projects, 100 Ways to Improve the NYC Subway reached over 75,000 page views, over 100 countries, and has sparked hundreds of comments, ideas, and discourse about the state of public transportation today. He appeared on New York 1, PIX11, WNYC, and was a invited to speak at Hyperakt for their lunch series, taking the same stage as notable designers Debbie Millman, Paula Scher, and James Victore. His project was also featured on blogs by Gizmodo, The Atlantic, and New York Magazine.


He loves living in New York, and is constantly looking for new opportunities to learn, speak, and listen. He is also addicted to hobbies, which currently include homebrewing, photography, and finding new food experiences throughout the city.

The curriculum for The Masters in Branding Program allows students to create frameworks to guide brand, design and business development, critically evaluate brand, business, marketing and design strategies and Master the intellectual link between leadership and creativity. Learn more...


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