I work in brand strategy and marketing for growth, audio, and film at The New York Times. Previously, I’ve been an art director and designer at Hillary for America, Pinterest, frog NY, and the Carnegie Museum of Art. I’ve taught at the School of Visual Arts, MFA IxD program. I received a Bachelor of Fine Arts in Communication Design and Photography from Carnegie Mellon University.
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My work at The New York Times
In 2017, we launched an initiative to provide free access to The New York Times for public schools in the U.S.
“The New York Times says that it has collected enough money under its new ‘Sponsor a Subscription’ program to provide more than 1.3 million high school students free and unlimited access to NYTimes.com.”
Changing Times: Alumnus Victor Ng is helping to reinvent The New York Times.
My work on Hillary Clinton’s 2016 campaign
An archive of the design work from Hillary Clinton’s historic 2016 presidential election
Cut the Jargon + Leave Your Assumptions at the Door: Here’s How to Truly Design For Good
Former Clinton Campaigner Victor Ng Explains How Designers Can Use Their Skills to “Do the Most Good”
If you’re a designer who’s interested in working with progressive organizations, check out this great resource my friends put together.
My work at Pinterest
I spent four months working with a family in a rehabilitation program for mothers and children. I met with Rasheeda and her children Rayquan, Raysha and Raheim once a week. These are my photos from my time with them.