Hi, I'm Kristina.

I'm a Brooklyn-based design director. I help forward-thinking organizations grow and reach their goals by developing thoughtful digital strategies and implementing expertly executed design.

Explore some of my recent work below:

Case Study: RISD AlumniThe RISD Alumni site is reinvented as a dynamic digital platform for the school's 30,000+ alumni to connect with news, events, and fellow graduates spread globally over 90 countries. As a result, the platform reinvigorates RISD's alumni community, effectively increasing their involvement with each other and the with institution, as well as their philanthropic support.

New brand direction for The State of Childhood Obesity, a healthcare initiative of the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation.

A website concept currently in development for a Fall 2019 launch, for promoting STEM and energy education in schools.

Case Study: Henry Luce FoundationIn rebuilding the Foundation's website, they are now able to leverage their online presence in new ways, to reach a wider audience of future grantees and more effectively share the work that current grantees are pursuing.

A selection of characters that appear during a 2 hour e-learning course created for the Center for Court Innovation and NYC's Office of Administrative Trails and Hearings.

A refresh for the homepage and News section of the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation, the first step in a larger site design overhaul.

Case Study: 59E59 TheatersThe goal of this project was to transform an archaic website into a more efficient transactional tool, to simplify the pathways for ticket purchase. As a result, the new website is now as robust and contemporary as the work presented on the 59E59 stages.

A light-touch, design-only refresh for the New York arts organization, Caramoor.

A proposed logo redesign aimed to modernize the look and feel of the Concord Consortium, an organization dedicated to transforming science education through technology.

Case Study: Center for Court InnovationNew York City's Criminal Justice Reform Act shifted many low-level violations out of criminal court and into civil court. As a result, this dramatically increased the number of summons recipients who were now eleigible to address their summons through community service instead of through fines. This e-learning course was designed as one such community serivce option for people who can not or choose not to pay their fine.