Rebecca Wright

Graphic Communication Design Programme; Programme Director and Course Leader, MA Communication Design.

Rebecca gained her MA in Illustration from the Royal College of Art and is a design educator, writer on design and co-founder/creative director of GraphicDesign&, a pioneering publishing house that explores how graphic design connects with the wider world and the value that it brings.

Previously Academic Director of Communication Design and Course Director of BA (Hons) Graphic Design at Kingston University, Rebecca has lectured, spoken at events and acted as consultant at academic institutions across the UK and abroad. 

Her writing on design and design education has been published in books and journals and she is co-author of 'Design Diaries: Creative Process in Graphic Design', published by Laurence King in 2010. In 2012 GraphicDesign& published 'Page 1: Great Expectations', which included original contributions form seventy international designers exploring the role of typography in the way that we read.

Rebecca is currently researching and writing 'Research Methods in Graphic Design' for Laurence King, to be published in 2014.