Mr. Jimmy Moss

About Me

Jimmy Moss is a design educator, strategist and consultant, based in Cleveland Ohio, USA.

Member Since December 1998
Member Type Design Leader
AIGA Chapter Cleveland
Title Professor
Company California State University - Los Angeles
Email [email protected]
Field Educator
Design management
Service design
Bio

Jimmy Moss is a design educator, strategist and consultant, based in Cleveland Ohio and Los Angeles California, USA. He is currently a Professor of Graphic Design/Visual Communication in the Department of Art at California State University, Los Angeles. Professor Moss was elected president of AIGA Los Angeles in 2010, where he became the first full-time educator to lead the chapter of the professional association in over 25 years. He has been a guest critic, curator, juror or lecturer at Academy of Art University, Cal Poly Pomona, Cal State Northridge, Kansas City Art Institute, Loyola Marymount University, Minneapolis College of Art and Design, Otis College of Art and Design, San Francisco Art Institute, Stanford University, and Woodbury University. He directed strategic design services, advertising creative groups, and interactive product marketing for 17 years on behalf of both public and private companies for both the in-house and agency sides, before he chose a career in design education in 2005. He has done work for clients & brands including Adobe, Alcatel-Lucent, Apple, AT&T, Corbis, Clorox, CSU-Long Beach,CSU-LA, D&B, Dockers, Disney, EFI, Epson, Hitachi, Janus Funds, KRON-TV (SF) Levi’s, MTV, Novell, RISD, Shell, Taco Bell, Toyota, URS, Wells Fargo and Yale. Jimmy is a passionate advocate for the transformative role designers can play in socially responsible change. 

  • Jimmy Moss commented on the article "Welcome to the (Facebook) Jungle"

    "If it doesn’t exist, you should build it. If you don’t like it, you should change it."

  • Jimmy Moss commented on the article "Insight"

    Thank you AIGA board for such a clear statement. The future looks bright indeed!

  • Jimmy Moss commented on the article "Welcome to the (Facebook) Jungle"

    "If it doesn’t exist, you should build it. If you don’t like it, you should change it."

  • Jimmy Moss commented on the article "Insight"

    Thank you AIGA board for such a clear statement. The future looks bright indeed!

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