Alex Tatusian is the deputy design director for digital projects at the Los Angeles Times. In that role, he shepherds the art direction and design of some of the paper’s most ambitious digital projects.
Tatusian was previously the deputy editor of the Data and Graphics Department at the Times. Before that, he was the design director at the Marshall Project, a nonprofit news organization reporting on the criminal justice system. He was also a fellow at the Center for Urban Pedagogy, while working as a designer at Bon Appétit, with a focus on design for the magazine and its video series.
He is originally from Orange County.
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