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Hello, I’m Nick DuPey

Design Director, IDEO Cambridge

As a communication designer, I spend my time focusing on the provocative intermingling of art and design, thinking about how those worlds can play with brand, identity, and storytelling. As a design director, I'm dedicated to leading our teams towards innovative solutions that communicate the unique values of each respective client.

What you won't learn from my bio:
A founding member of the art collective Young Monster, working hard to develop a unique voice that mashed-up my love for art, rock-n-roll and graphic design. 

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Full Bio

Nick DuPey is a design director at IDEO Cambridge where he focuses on brand design, systems thinking and is dedicated to leading teams towards innovative solutions that communicate the unique values and stories of each respective client.

Over his career, Nick has worked across a multitude of industries, including food and beverage, media and entertainment, pharmaceutical, consumer goods, and education. Most recently Nick held a two-year engagement working with the Department of Homeland Security to innovate the United States immigration experience. He lead the design team in rebranding the digital immigration landscape, creating a world-class digital ecosystem for the United States Government.

Nick specializes in leading design for complex communications, organizational and branding challenges, and always takes a hands-on approach to every design project. At each point throughout the design process, Nick provides a perspective that seeks to pull clients out of their comfort zone and work towards a more sustainable and forward-thinking future vision.

Nick has earned degrees in both Fine Arts and Graphic Design from the University of Tennessee, Chattanooga, before moving on to work at the sustainable design firm Tricycle, followed by his own award-winning firm, Young Monster. He has received awards from the Ten Show, Print, Type Directors Club, How, and Communication Arts.