243 Cushing Hall
Maureen Ton, BS, MPS
Producer, Web-based Multimedia and Print Design
Maureen Ton received a Bachelor of Science degree in Graphic Design from Northeastern University. Under the direction and vision of the Music Department chair Anthony De Ritis, she contributed to the original design and development of Boston Symphony Orchestra’s Online Conservatory—a Flash-based site supplementing concert programs with educational rich-media. For all subsequent Online Conservatory releases, she served as the project manager, oversaw the interface design, the interactive game development, and produced all the historical documentaries on a wide range of composers.
For various Music Department courses and the College of Professional Studies’ music courses, she has worked with professors to create interactive lecture materials for distance learning platforms. In affiliation with Pearson Education, she has also produced interactive supplements to their MyMusicLab and MyJazzKit textbook publications.
Prior to earning a Master of Professional Studies degree in Digital Media from Northeastern’s College of Professional Studies, she created the website and marketing materials for the new program. Upon graduating in 2008, she taught the graduate-level Interactive Design course and has served as a thesis advisor.
Her recent projects include the promotional design for both The Harry Partch Legacy: Microtonal Constructions and Intercultural Dialogues symposium, and Beyond Notation: An Earle Brown Symposium. Maureen has also been the annual designer for Boston GuitarFest—a music festival co-hosted by Northeastern University and the New England Conservatory.
Maureen is also an amateur photographer and has exhibited her work in Spain and Portugal.