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Sean Flanagan has worked worked a variety of design jobs in the Baltimore area and is currently a Group Creative Director at Under Armour. Read more about Sean’s journey into the world of design.
Born and raised in Indiana, Zombie Yeti’s unique brand of design has spanned many avenues, from corporate America to the music industry. Read about its take on the design world, from where it gets its inspiration to why Toad actually might not have been such a jerk.
Ellen Lupton is the Senior Curator of Contemporary Design at Cooper Hewitt, Smithsonian Design Museum and the director of the Graphic Design MFA Program at MICA. She is both an accomplished designer and author, having several exhibitions and books on design.
Anthony is the Director of User Experience at idfive.
As a Senior Interactive Designer and user experience researcher at idfive, Kelly works to understand an audience before she designs for them.
Written at a quick pace not usually found in vocational guides, Illustration That Works by Baltimore illustrator Greg Houston is certainly informative and it’s also entertaining as hell
Inspiration can be found everywhere in Baltimore, whether out in the open or lurking around the corner, but it can be easy to miss if you’re not looking.
South Carolina native Nikki Villagomez chose her college major within the first five minutes of talking to her college advisor. She’d then go on to earn her BFA in graphic design, starting a life-long passion for words and images. Read about how Nikki stays inspired in her 9-5, what motivates her to keep going, and what she does early every morning before work to stay balanced.
Welcome to AIGA Baltimore’s first installment of our Designers for Good interview series, featuring conversations with designers who work in the field of social innovation. Our first interview is with Liz Danzico – part designer, part educator, and full-time dog owner. She is also creative director for NPR, overseeing and guiding both the visual and user experience across NPR-branded digital platforms and content. Liz is chair and co-founder of the MFA in Interaction Design program at the School of Visual Arts. She is advisor to startups, nonprofits, global companies, and lecturer. She has written for design-minded publications, including Eye Magazine, Fortune Magazine, Interactions Magazine, and writes part time at bobulate.com.