Meng Chih Chiang – Summit Awards

Meng Chih Chiang

Meng Chih Chiang

Senior Designer


Meng Chih Chiang is an award-winning digital designer currently living and working in New York City, specializing in data visualization, UI/ UX and interactive media. She has worked as a digital designer for Medialand in Taiwan, a creative/interactive designer for American Express and Hi-Res! respectively in New York City. Clients included League of Legends, The Glenlivet, Shiseido, KFC, AXE, EVA AIR, Ballantine’s, and Taiwanese Ministry of Culture. The highlights of her awards include: 2015 Red Dot Design Award: Communication Design, French Design Index Award Winner, Best CSS Award Winner, Adobe Design Achievement Awards, The Lumen Prize, The 10th Macao Design Biennial Award, The IEEE Visualization Arts Program, Google Chrome Experiments site, etc.

Meng was born in Pingtung, Taiwan. It was due to the poverty of her family that she has self-studied art since she’s a child. In 2005, she graduated in the honor of the first place from art talented class of National Pingtung Senior High School where she received 3-years full scholarship. Meng was later accepted to a BFA in Visual Communication Design from National Taiwan Normal University, as the recipient of Merit Scholarship. She actively explored a great diversity of design and developed a new perspective on creative expression. In 2011, Meng won Government Scholarship, Ministry of Education, Taiwan to study School of Visual Arts, MFA Computer Art in New York, concentrating on interactive art of interface, infographics, programming and internet. Other Scholarships include Matching Outside Scholarships, Lab Assistantship Scholarship and Academic Excellence Scholarship at SVA. During the studying abroad period, she is financially independent that she never spent a penny from parents and was responsible for school tuition and living expense in New York totally by herself. She graduated from School of Visual Arts in 2013 with Paula Rhodes Memorial Award for exceptional achievement in Computer Art.