Muriel Cooper

Muriel Cooper (1925 – May 26, 1994) was a pioneering book designer, digital designer, researcher, and educator.[1] She was the first design director of the MIT Press, instilling a Bauhaus-influenced design style into its many publications. She moved on to become founder of MIT's Visible Language Workshop, and later became a co-founder of the MIT Media Lab.[1][2] In 2007, a New York Times article called her "the design heroine you've probably never heard of."

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