Shraddha Swaroop has been an adjunct design professor at Long Beach State since 2017. She has been reporting, editing and designing for journalism publications since 1993. While on the design team at the San Jose Mercury News she was on the team to win what is known as the Pulitzer Prize of newspaper design from the Society of News Design.
She has won multiple awards for her graphic design work and has transitioned from print to digital design. She runs her own company for UX design work and teaches beginners how to design native apps and websites. Her digital design clients include Kelley Blue Book, Apple and Dell Computers.
Swaroop has also worked at Variety, the Los Angeles Times, The Virginian-Pilot, San Gabriel Valley Newspaper Group and the Orange County Register. She has won awards from the Society of News Design, The Virginian-Pilot, Virginia Press Association, Society of American Travel Writers, Greater Bay Area Journalism and the March of DIMES.
Swaroop graduated with from California State University, Fullerton with a major in journalism and a minor in political science. She has also attended UCLA for usability design work and is pursuing a master’s degree from Long Beach State.
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