Victor Ng is currently a Senior Manager of Digital Design at The New York Times where he works with a team of designers, writers, and strategists to craft the brand story of a world-class news organization.
Prior to The Times, Victor led the web design team at Hillary for America. The team collaborated with policy experts, writers, organizers, and strategists to build interactive products. In his work, Victor pushed for inclusive design practices and brought web accessibility standards into a presidential race.
For several years, Victor worked on the brand team at Pinterest, helping to launch its first mobile apps, brand campaigns, and international expansions. He worked with the product team to bring new features to market, including search, messages, and shopping on Pinterest.
Victor has BFA in Communication Design from Carnegie Mellon University.