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Dajana Nedić

Assistant Professor of Graphic Design
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Dajana Nedić is an Assistant Professor of Graphic Design in the Graphic Design Program. As a multidisciplinary designer, researcher, and educator, her work focuses on untangling complex systems within physical and digital information environments. Her research interests also include investigating current and emerging technologies related to speculative/discursive design, curriculum development related to diversity, equity, and inclusion, and exploring critique methods and their influence on learning experiences and outcomes. Before joining Virginia Tech’s School of Visual Arts, she worked as a Visiting Assistant Professor of Graphic Design at the University of Arkansas’s School of Art. She received her BFA in Interior Architecture from the University of North Carolina at Greensboro and her MGD from North Carolina State University, College of Design.

Speculative Design, Design Discourse and Critique, Graphic Design Education Futures, Emerging Technologies

ART 1614 Principles of Visual Communication Design
ART 3574/4504 Design Elective
ART 3565 Intermediate Graphic Design 1

Presented research at UCDA 2020, 2021,2022, Design Forge 2021, and DRS Bilbao 2022

Project Manager and designer for Mill Collective and the former Plant Seven—Collaborators include: Standard Issue Design, DADA Goldberg, DeZeen, and Black Artists and Designers Guild


B.F.A. Interior Architecture, University of North Carolina at Greensboro

M.G.D. Graphic Design, North Carolina State University