Con Kennedy is a Communication Designer from Dublin, Ireland. Before forming his studio in 2010, Con worked at a senior level in several of Ireland's leading creative agencies. Con now lectures in Visual Communication Design and Design Entrepreneurship at TUDublin. His creative work has featured in Creative Review, Graphic Design USA, Page Magazine, Logo Lounge and Logolicious and has contributed to the book "Work for Money, Design For Love".
Con has delivered research papers at international design conferences and is published in peer-reviewed journals. He was a co-researcher for the Irish Government's "Policy Framework for Design In Enterprise in Ireland" and was a consultant for the Expert Group on Future Skills Needs' "Winning by Design" report.
Con holds a Masters Degree and a Bachelors degree from the Dublin Institute of Technology and is currently researching Doctorate on Design Entrepreneurship Processes at TUDublin's College of Business. He is a council member of the Institute of Designers in Ireland and a Co-Founder and Design Editor of "Iterations - Design Research and Practice Review" journal.
Brand Identity & Logo Design • Document & Literature Design • User Interface Design • Packaging Design
Undergraduate & Post-Graduate Programme Delivery • Programme Director • Curriculum Development • International Adjunct Lecturer
Industry Research & Reports • Policy Development & Consultancy • Doctoral Research • Academic Papers & Conferences • Design Advocacy
Creatives Against Covid-19 called on the creative industry to design posters to raise funds for vulnerable women and children during the current health pandemic. Over 1000 posters, from more than 30 countries were submitted! All posters are currently on sale at A3 size and all proceeds will be donated to ISPCC Childline and Women’s Aid. […]
TU Dublin 10th Annual Graduate Research Symposium. Current thinking on entrepreneurship states there is no specific link between the entrepreneur and their enterprise. Design is an individual creative act; therefore, the practitioner is not separate from their idiosyncratic process. The Designer is the product offering. Designers form Design Enterprises, meaning that with this aspect of […]