Sue Walsh

Principal, Design

Sue leads the design of consulting projects, collaborating with her teams in all phases of work—setting vision, strategic and conceptual development, as well as visual expression. Additionally, she mentors and advises designers along each step of their growth.

She is faculty at School of Visual Arts in the MFA Design and Continuing Education Departments. Sue has lectured and given workshops at NYCxDesign, D&AD, Columbia University, School of Visual Arts, St. Francis University, CUNY Hostos, West Point and Avenues, among other venues.

Previously, she worked with Milton Glaser as a Senior Art Director for almost a decade, partnering with him on all aspects of design: visual identity, packaging, environmental, book, campaign, and product design.

She has written about design for the Observer and Modus by Medium. She has juried design competitions for D&AD, DPI, and NJADC, and has lectured and given workshops throughout the world. Sue believes that design is limitless—shaping our understanding of ideas, culture, and the world.

Recent media:

Fast Company, What Milton Glaser reveals about the limits of rational design
Fast Company, Trump weaponized the American flag. Will it ever be a unifying symbol again?
X Collective, The power of design to shape understanding and belief
The Startup, Anatomy of a Design Catastrophe: Lessons from the Iowa Caucuses
Modus, What Nick Cave Taught Me About Design
Modus, Shifting Iconography in the Digital Age