About

robert whyte: designer + educator

It's eventually about people

... and color and type and layout and usability and...

Design keeps me questioning. Design keeps me connected.

professional affiliations
AIGA Philly – v.p. experience design / 2005-2007
AIGA Philly – web committee / 2007-2010
AIGA Philly – member since 2004

Philly CHI – member since 2011
Philadelphia region’s chapter of the ACM SIGCHI, an interdisciplinary academic and professional group interested in Human-Computer Interaction, User Experience, Usability, and other related disciplines.

academic credentials
MFA – Media Design / Full Sail University
BA – Art / Rowan University
AAS – Computer Aided Drafting and Design

community + service
Creative Glassboro – lead member / 2016 - present
Non-profit org bringing art, heritage and culture to the community. Recently incorporated into the town charter

educator

Rowan University, Rutgers University Camden, Philadelphia University Moore College of Art & Design

university teaching

15+ years teaching in higher education

My students are immersed in design theory, informed process and creative exploration. We make cool stuff.

Universities and colleges I have taught at in the Philadelphia metro area:

  • Rutgers University, Camden
  • Moore College of Art & Design
  • Philadelphia University
  • Rowan University
  • Camden County College

Current:
Assistant Professor of Art | Web / Digital Media / Graphic Design.
“New Media” Minor committee - Art Department liaison & curriculum development, Rowan University


I teach user-experience design, graphic design + digital media

service

robert whyte award for design

design award

2017 Paul Aikens Award

presented by: South Jersey Cultural Alliance

 Creative Glassboro Visual Design

  • Visual design
  • highly legible
  • highly printable

 

what I think about design

responsive design mock-up

in the ever-changing world

a design is an intent

I believe in process and rapid-prototyping. Pencil and paper are still my primary go-to tools. I love digital, but design starts with the most human traits—an idea. An idea to be shared.

It’s how we work through that initial concept that determines the outcome. Design is informed.