On February 4th, USC Roski School of Art and Design hosts Michael Lejuene, Creative Director for Metro (Los Angeles County Metropolitan Transportation Authority) for a talk on his design career and current projects with Metro. Metro’s 30-person Creative Services group creates award-winning core communications elements for the nation’s third-largest transit agency, including advertising, wayfinding and environmental graphics, timetables, maps, fare media and customer information, bus and rail fleet design, web and mobile presence, and merchandising.
Prior to joining Metro, Michael was Project Director at KBDA, the award-winning design and branding studio in West Los Angeles. He managed projects for Acura, Nike, 3Com, UCLA and Hilton Hotels, as well as writing for the City of Monterey, La Opinion and MicroTherapeutics. He also served as Creative Director for the 32-member in-house marketing agency of City of Hope Cancer Center. Freelance projects include work with The Music Center, The Natural History Museum of LA County, Crossroads School and The Brentwood School.
February 4, 2014
7:00 PM – 9:00 PM
University Park Campus
Gin. D. Wong Auditorium
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