Jason Little is co-founder and creative director of the Sydney design start-up, For The People. Prior to this he was creative director at both Landor Associates (Sydney and Paris), and Re (Sydney), before making the leap to uncertainty.
Jason has a strong focus on large-scale transformations for destinations, corporations and organisations with previous work including the brand identities for The City of Melbourne, The Australian Cancer Research Foundation, Queensland Theatre, Optus, Seat, One Degree, and the Sydney Pavilion at the Shanghai Biennale. He also works with numerous entrepreneurial start-ups and not-for-profits.
He served as Chairman of The Australian Graphic Design Association (AGDA NSW) from 2013-15. He has been a guest lecturer in design institutions including Ecole de Comunication Visuelle (Paris), University of Technology (Sydney), School of Visual Arts (NYC), and regularly writes on design related subjects.
His work has been consistently recognised at D&AD, The One Show, NY Type Directors Club, Tokyo Type Directors Club, Clios, Art Directors Club, AGDA, Graphis, and Communication Arts. He has participated and chaired on numerous award juries. Jason is a firm believer in animal rights, and is the artistic director and ongoing brand consultant for Sydney Dogs and Cats Home.