Tom Green

Tom Green



Humber College


Graphics Software

Graphic Design

User Experience

Web Design


  • Professor of interactive multimedia at Humber College.
  • Author of multiple books on computer graphics and animation.


Tom Green is a former Lifewire writer who specialized in computer graphics and design. A professor of interactive multimedia at Humber College in Toronto, he has nearly 30 years of experience in the graphics industry.

Green has produced over 1,000 tutorials for outlets such as Layers Magazine, Adobe, and Lynda, and sits on the Adobe Education Leader Advisory Board. He is in great demand as a speaker and does regular presentations at major industry conferences around the world, including Adobe Max, Web Design World, and Digital Design World. Green has also lectured at Shenzhen Polytechnic, Rochester Institute of Technology, the University of Wisconsin, and other institutions. 


Green has also authored or co-authored more than 15 books on computer graphics, including:


Green has a degree in liberal studies and a diploma in journalism from Humber College.

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