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Helping products and people get along is my happy place.
A decade+ experience leading creative efforts for award winning products in the global marketplace.
Sisk’s background includes international color palette design – Her articles on color and semiotics underscore the importance of effective symbol and language cues, and have appeared in Communication Arts Magazine, the Design Annual.
In addition to her design work, she has lectured at Universal Studios, chaired the interface panel for KQED. With a degree in psychology and a strong background in art, Sisk’s expertise is product design and human factors.
She leverages a diverse personal background in graphics, painting, writing, teaching, research, and consulting to achieve creative excellence, and successfully merges sensitivity to human experience with an awareness of current social trends. The result is a synthesis of strategy, imagination, and aesthetic power.
Designers & Thinkers I Love:
- Design a Life You Love Ayse Birsel
- The Design of Everyday Things Don Norman
- How Things Are Made: From automobiles to zippers Andrew Terranova and Sharon Rose
- The Object Stares Back: On the Nature of Seeing James Elkins
- A New Look at Visual Thinking Laura Otis Ph.d, Psychology Today
- How Architecture Can Create Dignity for All John Cary, TED Women
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My other happy place... home studio
Working it out in the studio. The more constrained the space, the more focused the sessions. The studio holds the secrets, I just show up (with good coffee).