Jackson Young

Jackson Young
New York City

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Jackson is a passionate exhibition and digital experience design practitioner who works across multiple mediums, such as museum exhibits, games, web and mobile platforms, and retail experiences.



He has worked at ESI Design on NASA’s Kennedy Space Center Museum and the Pope John Paul II Cultural Center. He has also focused his design efforts on omnichannel platforms for MTV Networks. In the last ten years, Jackson has served in leadership roles building experience design disciplines for major NYC agencies and partnering with clients such as Motorola, GSK, Aetna, and Kaiser Permanente. He has also worked with Vans to create a new vision for seamlessly integrating technology into retail store experiences to form deeper connections with consumers. Most recently, Jackson served as the Director, Digital Experience Design at Merck, focusing on the development of innovative experiential marketing in Asia. 

Jackson served as an Adjunct Associate Professor at FIT’s Master of Arts program in Exhibition and Experience Design. He is a frequent speaker at exhibition and experience design conferences and events. He was the keynote speaker at the 2016 XVI OSPI Meeting in Vancouver, the Keynote Speaker at the 2017 Fashion Institute of Technology's Capstone, and most recently the closing keynote at EDPA ACCESS 2018. 



In his spare time, he is an avid collector of Viewmaster, retro video games, pachinko machines, and miniature Japanese food. He is currently working on a multisensory experience based on his childhood memories of growing up in Greenpoint, Brooklyn in the 1970s.

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