Designer at Google and Duolingo
Jack Morgan designs solutions to the world’s biggest problems. He is known for leading design at Google’s education division and at Duolingo. Jack is also known for producing an acclaimed documentary about Syrian refugees, designing an AI platform that helps disadvantaged students get access to a college education, and giving popular TED Talks. His work has been recognized by the United Nations and supported by The Prince’s Trust Royal Charity and New York Times #1 Bestselling Author Tim Ferriss. Jack’s work has been featured in Firstpost, The Washington Post, The Boston Globe, CNN, USA Today, The Post Gazette, Forbes, Campaign Magazine, The Drum, AdWeek, IGN, NPR, PSFK, TechCrunch, MacRumors, Wired, CNET, Adobe, Brand New (Under Consideration), brandchannel, DesignTAXI and Smashing Magazine, won the Product Hunt App of the Year Award, was named one of Fast Company’s Most Innovative Designs of 2018, and was nominated for an international design award by Brandemia alongside Airbnb, PayPal and MIT and a Shorty Social Good Award.
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