Peter Kery is a Graphic and Visual Designer living and working in the Greater Boston area. He currently works as a Visual Designer for Harriman, a multi-disciplinary urban planning, architectural, and engineering firm with offices in Boston, MA, Maine, and New Hampshire. Peter has designed and developed the Harriman website and has worked with Harriman in creating designs for branding, reports, maps and presentations for their urban design projects, as well as renderings for streetscape designs, and environmental graphic design. Peter has also created work for corporate, retail, environmental, transportation, academic, industrial and non-profit organizations. His professional experience has included visual problem solving for web sites, visual identities, posters, cover designs, publication design, environmental signage and vehicular graphics. He has served as the Director for Graphic and Web Design at the Boston University Center for Digital Imaging Arts. His current teaching assignments are at the New England School of Art and Design at Suffolk University and MassArt.
In process. Design and project management for the the Longfellow Bridge Reconstruction Project in Boston, MA. Services include: development of informational signage; designs for granite … More
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Or should I say it the other way around? Graphic Design in the Web Design world?Teaching
Over the years, I have taught in a … More