Sara Corvino is a Senior Lecturer in Visual Communication at Nottingham Trent University. She contributes across all levels of the UG and MA Graphic Design course and she is module leader for contextual studies. Sara joined Nottingham Trent University in 2017; prior to this she was based in Shanghai, where she covered several academic roles. Between others she was Program Director of the Visual Communication Department at Raffles Design Institute/Dong Hua University, Visual Communication Course Leader for the top up degree of Northumbria University (UK), RCDC (AU) and University of Derby (UK).
Sara’s industry background covers a wide range of disciplines from visual design projects to art installations, exhibitions, and show organization. She has been creative director, art director and designer of many visual identity systems, museum information points, exhibitions, events, websites and digital publications. In Spain, where she lived for several years before moving to China, she was the Director of the Multimedia Publication Department at Zeta Multimedia, part of Grupo Zeta, Barcelona (Spain). Sara was responsible for the localization, development and implementation of more than fifty multimedia projects. She played a key role in the Spanish localization of several educational and entertainment projects from the world’s most prestigious multimedia organizations, such as BBC, Dorling & Kindersley, Hachette, Kutoka, Discovery Channel, JoWood, Green and Enlight Software.
Sara maintains an active professional practice of client-initiated and self-initiated design projects. Her creative activity address social, cultural and commercial issues within the broad spectrum of visual communication design.
Her main research areas are: Design for Society, Branding Design, Social responsibility, Visual Culture and Active Learning.
- Nottingham, United Kingdom
Senior LecturerNottingham Trent University