Senior Visual Designer at frog design in Seattle, focused on UI and software design for the web and most screen devices. I have been in the industry for over 15 years and have dedicated most of my life to visual and interaction design.
SAMVersatile graphic designer with a punk-rock attitude, who has a knack for pumping out unique and crazy-quick illustrations. Her work has been featured in HOW Magazine and AIGA Justified. She currently works as a designer for the Seattle Art Museum.
Advisory BoardHails from the mexican pacific northwest. / breaks most of the rules he learned at art center. / a creative (and more!) at advisory board, the design studio he founded with his amazing wife lauren. / shares way too much personal space with two black cats. / soccer-obsessed. / chef in a past life.
TurnstyleKnowledge & experience comes from: Three plus decades of just trying to get it right. My parents who made moves, took risks, worked hard, and stayed true. Being aesthetically motivated in all things. Being fascinated by all things. Always being on the hunt for the new and different.
Freelance DesignerNative Californian, graduated from Academy of Art University, San Francisco, where she obtained a BFA in Graphic Design. Her work spans print, packaging, visual web and application design. She strives for conceptual impact, and often incorporates photography into her work.
Design CommissionProud member of the UX/UI design team at Design Commission, and an instructor at the School of Visual Concepts. He enjoys long runs on the beach, sleuthing for ancestors in old census records, and a crisp, refreshing light beer.
Master of CeremoniesFunctioning schizophrenic, a serial obsessive-compulsive and a good dancer. Among the shiny rubbish: Taschen Books 1000 favorite websites; AIGA Fellow; HOW, CA, Print, StepInside; Talk, talk talk; AIGA LINK Program; Art with Heart; SAPPI Grants x 2; published author, Color Harmony: Layout, Good Design, 3 Feasts, Mr.Crumbly Dreams A Tiger; Design Family Reunion.
Creative Director at Tether, where she's had a hand in creating many of the innovative and entertaining brand strategies for which they're known. Prior to that she was at Starbucks and prior to that ran her own shop called Motive. She received her BFA from the UW and her MFA from Cranbrook Academy of Art.
Executive Creative Director at Digital Kitchen. Matt leads teams of designers, writers, artists and interactive developers in creating innovative and engaging connections between consumers and brands—combining the art of storytelling with the reach of technology to create new experiences of sharing and conversation.