Joseph Bergdoll is a designer, programmer, and design educator. He’s led product design at The New Yorker since 2019.

Prior to that, he directed an independent design and technology practice, titled Extended Play, from 2014 onward. Key collaborations include clients in the food, fashion, technology, art, and cultural sectors.

He’s been an adjunct faculty member at Cooper Union since 2016, where he teaches web design to third and fourth year art students. Apologies, he does not have any design awards.

He holds a Bachelor of Science in Design from The Design School at Arizona State University, and lives in Flatbush, Brooklyn with his partner, two cats, and multiple pianos.