Ana is an award-winning designer with a creative vision that stems from user needs, and a sensitivity toward concept, typography, color, and kinetics.
Before becoming a Lullabot, Ana led the designs of high-profile government websites for the Office of the Clerk of the House of Representatives and The National Institutes of Health. And, as the Lead Product Designer at The World Bank, she played a pivotal role in designing a large-scale collaboration application to help manage the many World Bank projects around the world.
Ana’s work for the Brookings Institution was celebrated with the I.D. Annual Design Review Award and her work on the Peace Corps World Wise Schools site earned a Webby Award. With a design career that spans more than 15 years, Ana has also worked with clients including, National Geographic, Cisco, National Public Radio, and the Washington Post.
Ana holds a BFA from the School of Communication Arts & Design at Virginia Commonwealth University and when she’s not busy designing, she loves spending time with her family, museum hopping at the Smithsonian, and relaxing with a good book.
Ana's portfolio can be found here.