Hi, I’m Amanda (she/her)!

—Using design to activate social change; living and learning in St. Louis*

👋🏼 I’m a queer, Korean American designer based in St. Louis. I believe that design has amazing power to activate social change, and that good design should be thoughtfully community-centered, accessible, and equity-focused. My strengths lie in branding, social impact design, and data visualization.

☀️ During the week, I work on the creative team at Fenton—a social change agency working with non-profits, foundations, and brands to take on the world’s toughest challenges in human rights, social and economic justice, environment, education and public health. 🌒 Outside of my day-job, I’m a graphic designer for the St. Louis Queer+ Support Helpline (SQSH) 🌈. Together we are working to serve and strengthen the STL Queer community—by providing caller-led peer support, by connecting callers safely and reliably to LGBTQIA-affirming resources, and by increasing the visibility of LGBTQIA+ concerns, needs, and resources in the St. Louis region.

I am always looking for freelance opportunities and community partnerships! Get in touch or just say hi ︎

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*Land acknowledgment: St. Louis lies on the land of the Osage, Miami, Sioux and Haudenosauneega (also called Iroquois) groups.
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