Ángel López is a design strategist, visual artist, and educator originally from Denver, CO. Ángel is based out of Brooklyn, NY, holding a BFA in Communication Design and an MFA in Transdisciplinary Design.
His experience stems from working with the National Park Service impacting over 100 park units across the nation using visual strategies, brand architecture, and storytelling to support preservation and stewardship initiatives. Ángel has worked with dozens of diverse advocacy agencies in a similar capacity. As a design strategist he uses community-centered practices to co-develop tactics and strategies to respond to the systemic sub-marginalization of communities in and outside the country. Ángel is an expert in facilitating design processes to develop actionable or future-driven solutions to respond to large-scale issues. The design of his work is to activate social change.
Ángel currently teaches undergraduate and graduate courses at Parsons School of Design in NY and is the User Experience Designer CodeScty (Code Society) that teaches basic computer science through original music, videos, and activities.
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