Khoi Vinh is the Design Director for NYTimes.com, where he leads the design group in user experience innovation. He and his team are responsible for the creative design of new online features, functionality and content for the industry-leading news site.
His thoughtful advocacy of effective, forward-thinking design has led to wide industry recognition, service on the board of directors of AIGA The Professional Association for Design, contributions to many books, and a host of speaking engagements. Since 2000, Khoi has also been the author of Subtraction.com, a forum for his extensive writings on design, technology and user experience matters.
Prior to joining The New York Times, Khoi was a founding partner at the ground-breaking New York City design studio Behavior LLC. He has an extensive history in consultative design services for clients in a wide range of industries, and he holds a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree in Communications Design from Otis School of Art & Design in Los Angeles, California.
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