I am a designer, experimenter, and immersive artist whose work explores the analog to digital continuum while scrutinizing technology and its messaging. My work ranges from weaving, to letterpress to augmented reality and covers topics from political discourse to gender bias in artificial intelligence. My experience crosses many disciplines, including design concept, visual design, interactive design, interface design, data visualization, experience design, and mixed reality. I co-founded an interactive design agency, Cykod, in 2006 building digital solutions around the world. I am currently is an Associate Professor at Massachusetts College of Art + Design teaching in the undergraduate Graphic Design department and the Co-Director of the college's Dynamic Media Institute MFA program.
The display typeface is Diversity, a collaborative project lead by Distillery and People of Print with the aim of building awareness by unifying communities and cultures, and celebrating the differences in people's lived experiences. With contributions from 308 creatives from 54 countries this typeface brings together letters and numbers from the Latin alphabet inspired by hundreds of individual stories.
The main typeface is PT Serif and PT Mono, Designed by Alexandra Korolkova, Olga Umpeleva and Vladimir Yefimov and released by ParaType in 2010. Both are open source typefaces that can be accessed by anyone through google fonts. They are also one of the few super families on google fonts with attributions to women designers.
The site was designed by me and coded by my husband and biggest supporter Pascal Rettig, without his endless support this application would not be possible.