Author: Robin Landa

A Letter from the Author of Graphic Design Solutions, 6th edition

Robin Landa holds the title of Distinguished Professor in the Michael Graves College at Kean University. She’s written 23 books and received numerous awards and honors from the National Society of Arts and Letters, the National League of Pen Women, Creativity, the ADCNJ and more. In addition to winning a Human Rights Educator Award, she was lauded by the Carnegie Foundation as among the “Great Teachers of Our Time.” She is a presenter and keynote speaker at international design conferences and presents at universities, judges design competitions, and is a co-chairperson of Design Incubation, an advocacy organization dedicated Read More…


Become a T-shaped Thinker like Lin Manuel Miranda

What if the story of Alexander Hamilton’s rise from an orphaned West Indian immigrant to America’s first Treasury Secretary were told in hip-hop verse? What if a multiracial cast portrayed our country’s Founders in an unconventional Broadway musical? Looking for a book to read on a vacation to Mexico in 2008, Lin Manuel Miranda picked up a copy of Ron Chernow’s Alexander Hamilton. Reading Chernow’s biography, Miranda imagined Hamilton’s story told in contemporary verse, thus forever changing the language of Broadway musicals. Miranda is a MacArthur genius grant recipient and his greatest work to date, “Hamilton,” was the 2016 Pulitzer Prize Read More…