ALUMNI SPOTLIGHT: Stephanie Sigg (Graduate Industrial Design ’98)

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February 6, 2014


Stephanie Sigg (GRAD ID’98) has been an Art Director and Designer for over 15 years. Beginning her career at “The Late Show with David Letterman,” which won an Emmy for best Art Direction in 1994, Stephanie went on to work for advertising agencies Wieden + Kennedy (Portland & New York), Publicis, Ogilvy & Mather, McCann Erickson, and SS+K. At these agencies Stephanie focused on both cause-related and corporate campaigns, working with causes and brands such as Nike, The Lance Armstrong Foundation,, The National Democratic Convention, The White House, Ad Council, Avon, The Boys and Girls Club of America, School of Visual Arts, ESPN, Diet Coke, IBM, Mastercard, Intel, Kohls and Major League Baseball.

Over the past 8 years she has also consulted for several Non-Governmental Agencies (NGOs), and served as the United Nations liaison and Fellowship mentor for Designmatters at Art Center.



2012 Democratic National Convention Logo Designed by Art Center Alumna Stephanie Sigg

2012 Dem National ConvThis fall’s Alumni Spotlight is on Stephanie Sigg’s design of the 2012 Democratic National Convention logo for The Democratic National Committee for the re-election of President Barack Obama. Stephanie described it as “a great honor” to work on this project, and said she “enjoyed very much the chance to be a part of a national campaign.” The campaign concept of “America Coming Together” was developed specifically for multiple mediums (from buttons, signage to digital apps, television and printed materials). It was also designed to be complimentary with the existing Obama campaign materials, which have a history of being inspiring and patriotic.  Stephanie encourages everyone to get out and vote on November 6th.


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