Cavan Huang

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Cavan Huang
Residence Brooklyn, NY
Occupation Artist, graphic designer
Known for Graphic design
Title Graphic Designer
Website "Cavan Huang"

Cavan Huang is a graphic designer, creative director, and design educator.[1] He attended McGill University in Montreal where he studied history and urban planning. Huang then studied graphic design from 2003–2005 at Rhode Island School of Design in Providence. He creates motion based visuals that enhance the way design is looked at and how we visualize space. Much of his inspiration comes from the details of cities, lights, traffic, sounds, and people.[2] Huangs work can be found in Contemporary Graphic Design, The New York Times,[3] AdAge Magazine, a PBS Documentary,[4] the Time Warner Center, AIGA,[5] TED, CANNES LIONS,[6] the Webby Awards,[7] and the White House.[8]


2003 Best Multimedia Design, Applied Arts Magazine, Toronto

2004 Best Multimedia Design, Summit Creative Awards, Toronto

2006 Nominated as 1 of 25 emerging designers, Step InsideDesign magazine, New York[8]

2009 Webby Award Honoree: Best Navigation: The Art of the Possible[7]

2010 AIGA 365 Award: AIGA MAKE/THINK Conference Titles[5]

2014 Rebrand 100 Award: Cabot Brand[9]

2015 Webby Award Honoree: Best Political Website: ACLU The Uncovery[10]

Professional Experience[edit]

2000–2001 Multimedia Web designer, Rompus Interactive, Toronto

2001–2002 Creative Director, Colorshadow Communications, Toronto

2003–2005 Instructor, Rhode Island School of Design, Providence

2005–2007 Distributed Media Designer, Time Warner, New York[11]

2007–2011 Sr. Art Director & Multimedia Designer, Time Warner, New York

2011–2015 Associate Creative Director, Interbrand, New York[12]

2015–present Creative Director, POSSIBLE, New York[8]


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