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I’m Stephanie.
I design cool stuff.

As an astute problem solver, I devise creative solutions that increase brand awareness and engagement—skillfulness that I obtained from nearly two decades in senior creative roles. In 2015, I took a year-long hiatus from the corporate world to recover from burnout and became a freelancer. Six years later, I continue to work for myself, on the projects that interest me most, while establishing long-term client relationships across the globe.

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My Cumulative Experience

creative director

14 years

I’ve transformed and led multi-disciplined teams that create usable, useful and engaging content and products. I specialize in the development of design strategy while ensuring visuals and messaging are strategically aligned as an intermediary between Marketing, Sales, Product, UX, and Visual Design teams.

user interface designer

14 years

As a UI designer, I live in the intersection of usability and visual design. I believe that interfaces should not only look good, but feel good too. It’s what I refer to as “informed creative”—design that is both memorable and measurable, grounded in strategy, data and best practices to deliver delightful user experiences.

graphic designer

22 years

I started this journey as a graphic designer. And while I’ve spent over a decade focused on digital, I find print design to be just as rewarding. From logos, brand identities, specialty brochures, book covers and editorial layouts, I expertly design pieces that help my clients to expand their offline customer base.

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Primary Software Used
A few tools of the trade

I’ve “cut my teeth” on programs like Principle and Adobe XD, however the programs to the right are those that I use on a regular basis: Illustrator, Photoshop, InDesign, Axure, Sketch, Figma, Invision and Webflow.

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