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Jerry Jankowski

Jerry Jankowski
Lecturer
Teaches In
Product Design
Education: 

Graphic Design, University of Illinois at Chicago

Bio/Affiliation: 

Jerry is a passionate professional who lives and breathes graphic design and has over twenty years professional experience in art direction and graphic design.   He studied graphic design at the University of Illinois at Chicago and is diversely skilled in various print media, advertising, packaging and labeling design, brand creation, copy/headline development, web banners, and trade show graphics.  Jerry also works in CSS to modify websites and works in HTML and CSS with front-end developers.
  His project work with clients involve a wide range of industries such as the medical field, consumer products and food service, magazine publications and outdoor entertainment. As an instructor his focus for students to develop a deep product knowledge through investigative, applied creativity, problem solving and craftsmanship that produces aesthetic appeal, functionality and bottom-line results.

 

 

PUBLICATIONS:  

Shelf Life—Modern Package Design 1920–1945, Chronicle Books, San Francisco, 1990                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 Mostly Happy Clip Art of the 30s, 40s and 50s, New York, 2008