Tim Ferguson-Sauder (American, b. 1972) is a graphic designer, artist, and teacher who earned a Bachelors in Art from Wheaton College. In 2000 he founded his design practice, asmallpercent, focused on branding for clients including Google, Intel, and World Vision. His work with small nonprofit organizations led him to start Return Design in 2002, a studio centered on graphics and communication design for the nonprofit sector. He co-founded the Accessible Icon Project with Sara Hendren and Brian Glenney to promote a new, more active version of the International Symbol of Access available for free in the public domain. Ferguson-Sauder is an Assistant Professor of Practice in Design at Olin College.

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