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Suzanne’s artistic spirit would lead to a career as an award-winning visual designer. After graduating college, she spent over a decade honing her creative skills at publishing houses, advertising agencies, and boutique graphic design firms, then, at the dawn of the Internet age she seized the opportunity offered by the web and began to create online marketing campaigns and interactive environments for consumer products companies, internet service providers, and leading technology consultancies.
She has worked with major brands such as Hellmans, Rit Dye, Karo Corn Syrup, Mazola Corn Oil, Skippy Peanut Butter, (winner of the 1999 WebAward for best food site), Credit Suisse, and Royal Bank of Canada and managed the User Experience process of complex eMarkets and electronic trading floors for diverse clients such as Coremarkets, WealthPlace, Threadexchange and DupontDow Elastomers.
In 2001 she founded Suzanne Brown Design, specializing in interactive and print design, branding, and visual identity. Her love of design, lifestyle and cooking led her to blogging, and in 2007, she authored her first book, Summer: A User’s Guide (Artisan). Suzanne has toured the county doing lifestyle segments for Good Morning San Diego, NBC 30, Fox 28, Martha Stewart Living Radio, WIsconsin Public Radio, the Jacey Eckhart Show, and was a frequent contributor to Good Morning, Connecticut in New Haven.
Today, Suzanne continues to offer extraordinarily innovative creative solutions for clients who value bold ideas, and delivers those services with an unpretentious attitude, a keen sense of humor, and an honest approach. When she is not designing, she can be found tinkering in the kitchen, attempting to write a second book, and lobbing tennis balls to her faithful yellow lab, MollyGirl.