Dana Lee is a Seattle-based designer originally from Edgemont, New York. She
made her way to Seattle to attain a bachelor's degree in Visual Communication Design
from University of Washington as well as find out first-hand if Seattle is really
as rainy as they say it is. It is.
Besides a love of dodging puddles, Dana has a passion for clever brands and identities,
elegant typography, and emerging experiences in digital media. She strives to create fitting design
solutions supported by thorough investigation.
When not working on design, you can find her messing around the kitchen, killing it at kickball, or
feeding a terrible Netflix addiction.
University of Washington
BDES in Visual Communication Design
Interaction Designer in the Windows Communications team. Mostly working on the People App for Windows 10,
an application that manages your contact list across devices and aggregates information
from your social networks in one place.
August 2013 - Present
Visual Communications Design Intern. Contributed to various projects including logo development,
environmental branding, symbol design, web design, and
branding systems. Worked primarily with clients such as
Samsung, Comcast, Wells Fargo, RaceTrac, and Citibank.
June 2012 – September 2012
Harrison and Star
Design Intern. Worked on concept ideation, spreads, iPad-application
ideations, and photo research for clients of Harrison and Star,
such as Genentech.
June 2011 – August 2011