C. J. Yeh

Brand Identity Specialist
Executive Creative Director of Cynda Media Lab }
C. J. Yeh has published seven books to date, and several of these texts haven been adopted by universities in Taiwan as textbooks. In 2012, he founded Cynda Media Lab, an interdisciplinary design studio focusing on a post-digital design philosophy of using technology creatively to serve human needs.

C.J. Yeh is a designer, artist, educator, and published author. Yeh’s research interests include the practices, theories, and history of digital art. C.J. Yeh has published seven books to date, and several of these texts have been adopted by universities in Taiwan as textbooks including The History and Development of Digital Art and The Principles of Interaction Design. Yeh has won several teaching awards including the SUNY Chancellor’s Award for Excellence in Teaching, the FIT President’s Award for Faculty Excellence, and the Adobe Educator’s Choice Award. He is a tenured Professor and the Assistant Chair of the Communication Design Department at FIT.

Yeh has lectured and exhibited his creative work internationally, including countries such as Canada, Italy, Korea, Taiwan, and the United States. Yeh’s prolific exhibition schedule includes showings at the National Taiwan Museum of Fine Arts (Taichung), the Queens Museum of Art (New York), MAXXI Museum (Roma), and the Museum of Contemporary Art (Taipei). His work has been introduced and reviewed by publications such as The New York Times, World Journal, and NY Arts. Yeh’s work can also be found in public art collections such as the MAXXI Museum Net Art Archive and The Joan Flasch Net Art Collection.

In 2012, C. J. Yeh founded Cynda Media Lab, an interdisciplinary design studio focusing on innovative design solutions as well as a post-digital design philosophy of using technology creatively to serve human needs. Cynda Media Lab’s works with venerable clients around the globe: from the Disney music legend, Alan Menken, to tech giant, Google, to the international cultural institution, Taipei Museum of Contemporary Art.