Jacqueline Casey is a graphic designer who studied for a Bachelors in fine arts at fashion design and illustration at the Massachusetts College of Art . Casey was best known for her graphic design posters created at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT). Casey’s designs were distinctive publicity posters for MIT events. Casey’s posters generally consisted of a striking image or bold typography which is accompanied by informational details in small text.
Jacqueline Casey’s use of simplicity of mostly black or white backgrounds with one eye drawing graphic. These posters are very simplistic in the way that they do not have a lot going on which makes the point stand out.
Casey was recruited by a fellow MassArt alumna to work in the office of publications where she became director which was a major achievement for only few women were working at this professional level for MIT in this field at the time.