Liz manages software and website projects from start to finish, acting as the all-important liaison between client needs, designer ideas, and developer execution.
Liz uses a foundation of user research to create engaging user experiences for software and websites. She enjoys design thinking, wire framing, and good old-fashioned user interviews. She has worked on creating intuitive interfaces for industries ranging from landscaping to healthcare.
A photographer and art critic, Liz helps clients define messaging and present compelling content — including copy, images, and video — across digital platforms.
MFA, Media Study, SUNY Buffalo, 2012.
Studied Media Art and Design, Bauhaus University, Weimar, Germany, 2009–2010.
Liz recently co-wrote and edited a book about the radical media art and architecture group Ant Farm. When not looking at or writing about media art and architecture, Liz likes to fantasize about living on sailboat. More at www.lizflyntz.net.