Anna is a visual communicator driven by stories that need to be told and experiences that need to be shared, with a passionate eye for typography, interaction, and digital product design. But it doesn't stop there. Anna advocates for solutions that are carefully explored through research as a way to make sense of the problem space and better inform creative exploration. She often finds herself drawn to projects that provide room for commentary on how we live our lives. Anna has contributed to the strategy, design, and launch of digital products for clients across Canada, such as: Town of Drumheller, Vanguard CollegeRocky Mountain School District, and Stettler Regional Board of Trade. When she's not obsessing over User Experience Design, her creativity finds its way into other realms of visual communication— having contributed to the naming and identity for ventures such as Loop, Rural Municipality of West River, and Sara Hiebert Yoga and Life.
Anna is a product designer for gskinner while working as a Sessional Instructor at MacEwan University. 

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“I came to Anna with a blank slate. She effortlessly walked me through her design process, keeping me in the loop the entire time, and making sure my concerns and ideas were heard. The end product blew me away! Exceeding all of my expectations, Anna delivered my company a logo that truly reflects what we represent and the direction we want to go. Ten times out of ten I would work with her again for my design needs! Thank you so much Anna for your amazing work."
Dustin, Owner of Red Brick Woodshop | Seattle, WA
"Hiring Anna to develop a logo for me was one of the best choices I made as a brand new small business owner. She immediately 'got' my brand and gave me multiple options that all fit the image I want to present perfectly. Having a logo on hand has made so many small things easier. I've used it on my website, my social media avatars, my business cards, packaging, and even had it woven into cloth labels. I have gotten so much use out of it, and it makes me immediately feel polished and legitimate to have consistent visual branding."
Alison Hurlburt, Owner of Booj Wovens | Edmonton, Alberta