"She is the definition of creativity - her ability to translate client needs into polished user interfaces, print pieces and branded online personalities is remarkable. Her commitment to client 

satisfaction is evident in her work and creative process."



Suzanne’s artistic spirit would lead to a career as a visual designer. She spent over a decade in the 80's and 90's honing her creative skills at publishing houses, advertising agencies, and boutique graphic design firms. 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. Suzanne displayed a natural affinity for new media; in the mid-1990’s she designed the user interface for Physicians’ Online, then the world’s largest online community of medical professionals, and her Skippy Peanut Butter campaign for Best Foods won the 1999 “Best Food Industry Web Site” WebAward. In 2001 she founded Suzanne Brown Design which specializes in brand identity, logo design, print / marketing, and social media.

Her large and diversified client portfolio includes projects for Credit Suisse, SolomanSmithBarney, Royal Bank of Canada, Yahoo!, Buzzback, Author, Pat Conroy, Television Personality and Author, Dr. Gail Saltz, Montefiore Hospital, and many others.

In 2007, Suzanne authored a lifestyle book, Summer: A User's Guide (Artisan). She has done guest spots on cooking, crafting and living for Good Morning San Diego, NBC 30, Fox 28, Martha Stewart Living Radio, Wisconsin Public Radio, the Jacey Eckhart Show, The Union Square Greenmarket in New York City, and was frequent contributor to Good Morning, Connecticut in New Haven. In addition, she has contributed crafting, cooking and lifestyle articles to many publications.

On the rare occasion she is not at her desk, she can be found experimenting in the kitchen, writing, or tossing tennis balls to her ever-faithful, four legged assistant, MollyGirl.