Curious Researcher. Collaborative Designer. Dot Connector.
Hi, Iâ€™m Lindsay. I love finding out what makes people tick and sparking innovation through collaborative creativity. I believe design can make both business and peopleâ€™s lives better. Thanks for dropping by.
For over twenty years Iâ€™ve worked with organisations large and small designing visual communications for print, digital, exhibits and books. In 2010, excited by the transformative impact of digital innovations, I shifted my focus to web and interaction design. I went back to school, and got my BA in digital concept development in Copenhagen. Iâ€™m currently following my passion for service design and innovation in the Collaborative and Industrial Design (CoID) Masterâ€™s program at Aalto University in Helsinki.
I enjoy working collaboratively on design challenges. My strengths are identifying human needs, motivations and emerging behaviours and turning observations into useful insights that inspire design strategies and improve services and customer experiences. Iâ€™m interested in experience protoyping, and have a knack for physical tools, materials and figuring out how to make things.
The future is collaborative.
As a visual designer Iâ€™ve got years of experience in bringing ideas to life. From the page to the screen and prototype, Iâ€™m a visual storyteller at heart.
I love finding out what makes people tick. Using a mix of creative and analytical research tools, Iâ€™ve uncovered insights into peopleâ€™s dreams for the future.
Iâ€™m fascinated by how we co-design services that deliver genuine and meaningful value. Thatâ€™s why Iâ€™m studying collaborative design for my Masterâ€™s degree.
Better Metro for Families
My Fresh Food Saver
It was a pleasure having Lindsay in the Design course. She takes on every type of challenge and task with enthusiasm and a positive attitude and delivers thought-through, creative solutions.
Christina RungstrÃ¸m, Design Lecturer, KEA
Lindsay raised the bar for the museumâ€™s print and signage products, and has hugely contributed to our public image.
Jean McIntosh, Director, Alberni Valley Museum