Agyei Archer is a designer from Trinidad & Tobago, focusing on visual communications using type, graphics, and code. His work takes the form of brand identities, web sites, custom typography, lettering, editorial design, and creative concepts. He also writes about design and design projects, and prepares workshops focusing on the intersections of coding and design.

Agyei coordinates and directs small independent teams to create robust, challenging, forward-thinking design work. Collaborators include: the Government of Trinidad & Tobago, Google, Inc, and the Rhode Island School of Design. In addition to client work, he is a founding member and current co-director of Design Objective, Trinidad and Tobago’s graphic design membership organization, and is working more and more on practice-based research around vernacular lettering, indigenous writing and found type in the Caribbean.

Panel: How We Survived

A conversation about alternative ways to practice that people found during the pandemic. Moderated by Jer Thorp.

Keep your Eyes Open

I will be talking about my practice and the way it's been evolving the past few years, and the role that purpose, privilege, and opportunity have played in shaping it.