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MANY is a New York-based communication design studio. Our process leverages systems thinking and the craft of visual storytelling to design strategies and artifacts that prioritize end users, progressive social agendas, sustainable economic endeavors, and the environment.

Our name describes our approach and values. MANY collaborations: we value the insights and expertise of our partners and the intended community. MANY mediums: our projects take shape as strategies, printed matter, exhibitions, and digital experiences. MANY results: we look for ways to create impact through each project.

Design Services

Book and Editorial Design
Branding Systems
Creative Placemaking
Environmental Graphics

Identity Systems
Information Graphics
Motion Graphics

Print Collateral
User Experience
Wayfinding / Signage Systems
Websites / Interactive Design


We work closely with our clients to ensure each project moves along smoothly. Our process starts by clarifying our client’s goals through in-person meetings, research, and by gaining insights from the end-users of the design. Part of this process involves understanding what impact the design needs to make. Then we use a range of design strategies to determine how the design will look, function, and connect with intended audiences, whether the design be a website, printed document, or exhibition. Finally, we craft and implement the final design, providing guides when necessary to help clients implement updates that ensures the design will responsive to their future needs.

Selected Clients

596 Acres
Blue Engine
Center for Architecture
Center for Urban Pedagogy
Children’s Tumor Foundation
Columbia University

Commonwealth Fund
DESIS Lab (Parsons the New School for Design)
Human Impacts Institute
Inwood Academy for Leadership
New York Academy of Art
Pratt Institute

Princeton Architectural Press
Pro Bono Net
Students for Education Reform
That Matters
William T. Grant Foundation


Andrew is a graphic designer and partner at MANY. His work has been featured by publications like Fast Company, Slate, Print, How, 99 Percent Invisible, and Communication Arts, among others. His design writing has appeared in Core77, AIGA, Design Observer, Entrepreneur Magazine, GOOD, and others. His book, Designing for Social Change, was published by Princeton Architectural Press and provides graphic designers with strategies to help them work on community-based projects. He teaches classes on various topics at Parsons The New School for Design and Pratt Institute, including design for behavior change, creative placemaking, and visualizing urban policy. Andrew has spoken design at schools, conferences, and events like TEDx Transmedia in Rome. His has served as an advisor for initiatives, like Project M, and on juries for Design Ignites Change, Archinect, and the Center for Urban Pedagogy. In 2014–15, he completed the National Arts Strategies’ Creative Community Fellowship. Andrew received his MFA in Graphic Design from Maryland Institute College of Art.