Thomas Detrie is a Professor in the Emeritus College of Arizona State University. He was formerly Graphic Design Program Coordinator in the ASU School of Art, and Design Foundation Program Coordinator in the ASU College of Architecture and Environmental Design. His lecture and seminar venues include Boston University, the College of Mount Saint Joseph (Cincinnati), Facultad del Habitat, Universidad Autonoma de San Luis Potosi MEX, University of Cincinnati, Microsoft Corporation, and Rhode Island School of Design. His articles and work on letterform, typography, and visual communication appear in Design Quarterly, Typography: Form and Communication, publications by Armin Hofmann, the Swiss Journal of Typography, and the Encyclopedia of Human Computer Interaction.
William Longhauser’s award-winning design work has been featured in publications and exhibitions nationally and internationally from the Cooper Hewitt in Manhattan to the Pompidou Center in Paris, as well as in Japan, the Soviet Union, Finland, and South Korea. His work is included in Philip Meggs’ A History of Graphic Design, Longhauser was a tenured professor at the University of the Arts in Philadelphia. Currently teaching at Otis College of Art and Design, and writes on issues relating to graphic design. He is the founder of the Outside Institute in Los Angeles.