Jenny Kowalski’s graphic & interactive design work explores themes of experimental interaction, accessibility in design pedagogy, and the product and process of digital design. Her creative practice includes visual communication design, user experience design, game design, creative coding, and design for new technology.
Kowalski is actively involved in Teach Access, an organization that brings together industry, education, and disability advocacy organizations to address the digital accessibility skills gap. In 2021 she received a Teach Access Grant to incorporate principles of accessibility into graphic design curriculum.
Kowalski has previously taught at the Tyler School of Art and Architecture and the University of Dayton. Her design work has been recognized by Graphis, Graphic Design USA, LogoLounge, the Horizon Interactive Awards, and Creative Quarterly. She has presented at multiple conferences related to design education including the University and College Design Education Summit, Design Principles & Practices, and the College Art Association Annual Conference.