Meet Saki. A Lippincott design veteran who finds inspiration from the most eclectic places: the Museum of Jurassic Technology, Norway and the number 33.
Her clients are smart, respectful and full of personality, essential ingredients in making her day-to-day work fun and full of meaning — even in times of chaos.
- Being a Lippincott’er means:
Being a thinker.
- What’s changed the least ... and most ... about the work you do?
The definition of “brand.”
The best defense against the universe is MAGIC.
- What did school actually teach you?
That typography matters.
- Who is the leader you most admire?
Benjamin Zander. I highly recommend watching his TED talk.
B.A. Communication Design, Carnegie Mellon University
Designer, Whitehouse & Company