baizmandesign creates digital and interactive information environments and experiences for educational, non-profit, and arts organizations.
Saul Baizman is a designer, developer, and educator based in Somerville, MA. He holds a BA in English and American Literature from Brandeis University and an MFA in Design from Massachusetts College of Art and Design. He has taught at the School of the Museum of Fine Arts at Tufts, Massachusetts College of Art and Design, and Lesley University College of Art and Design and is adjunct faculty at MassArt's Dynamic Media Institute, a graduate program situated at the intersection of technology and communication design. He collects unusual books, loves cooking, and thinks a lot about systems, algorithms, and language.
web design, front-end web development, server-side programming, content management systems, prototyping, user experience design, information architecture, data visualization, systems administration, print design
826 Boston, the Boston Arts Academy, Massachusetts College of Art and Design, the Nielsen Gallery, Graduate Programs in Conflict Resolution at UMass Boston, the College of Public and Community Service at UMass Boston
Fish McGill is a Bostonian drawer, designer, and expert. He holds a BFA with honors and MFA in Design from Massachusetts College of Art and Design. His abilities and deep experiences range from higher education administration and teaching to interactive web and video game development to working professionally as an artist and illustrator for over 15 years. He was a producer for the Webby Award winning Harmonix Web Team, he's a faculty member at MassArt, and draws insatiably each day. He lives with his wife Sheryl and young sons Rye, Juni & Yves in Boston.
web design, web production, print design, prototyping, instructional design, design strategy, illustration, project management, narrative design, scrum, murals
826 Boston, Boston Children's Museum, City of Boston, Clover Food Lab, Continuum Innovation, Harmonix Music Systems, The ICA Boston, Massachusetts College of Art and Design, MIT, Montserrat College of Art, Moth Design, MTV Networks, Visual Dialogue
Kimberly is a hybrid creative, splitting her practice between photography and experience design. In over a decade as a photographer, she harnesses her love of storytelling to produce rich visual content for editorial and brands. As a user experience (UX) designer, she creates experiences that connect people in digital environments to the tangible world around them. Kim's work is fueled by her relentless curiosity and imagination, and she enjoys collaborating with others to find solutions to complex problems. She collects screenprints, loves bicycling around the city, plays with old cameras, and dreams about her next adventure. Kim holds an MFA in Design from the Dynamic Media Institute at Massachusetts College of Art and Design.
photography, user experience design, video production, content strategy, concept development, research
Sofie Hodara is a Boston-based artist, designer, and educator, with expertise in painting, printmaking, media studies, and design for print and web. A member of the Bromfield Gallery, Boston MA, Hodara's work was recently featured in Fresh Paint Magazine, Made in Mind Magazine (fall 2015), and NMC Media-N Journal (V.11 N.02). When not teaching graphic design classes at the School of the Museum of Fine Arts at Tufts and Emmanuel College in Boston, she can be found working in her studio in Charlestown, MA where she specializes in dynamic projects, with expertise in design research, concept development, and the UX life cycle. Her most recent project involves printing vintage corporate logomarks on the letterpress, which she began working on during her May 2016 artist-in-residence at the Common Press letterpress studio at the University of Pennsylvania.
identity development, information architecture, print design, prototyping, user experience design