Marissa Epstein, CPACC, has been drinking the design Kool-Aid ever since she was a nerdy art kid in sunny south Florida.
Her work has run the gamut, from packaging brands like Wrigley and Kraft (Macaroni & Cheese) to creating thoughtful websites and experiences for lean startups, beefy publishers, and much in between. Marissa brings a passion for responsive design systems and obsessive attention to detail to every project. Before joining the Lullabot team, Marissa wore many hats as an Art Director for an interactive creative agency: ideation, marketing, branding, information architecture, UI/UX design, managing a design team, and project management.
Since joining Lullabot in 2014, Marissa has contributed to user experience, design, and content strategy projects for such clients as Georgia Public Broadcasting, Digital Services Georgia (Georgia.Gov), Harvard Library, Pantheon, and the Grammys. She approaches work from both a strategist and designer perspective, leading teams from facilitating discovery workshops all the way to crafting accessible, reusable systems. She loves to plan and document team projects, from markers to interactive diagrams. Marissa is a seasoned speaker, writer, and certified accessibility professional.
Marissa resides in a Cape Cod home in Providence, RI, with her humongous dog, Elwood. Besides embarking on adventures in her tiny city (probably in the pursuit of good food), Marissa can be found at design & strategy events, concerts, beaches, or reading non-fiction. Unless there is a worldwide pandemic going on, that is.
Projects worked on at Lullabot:
Education and training:
- Certified Professional in Accessibility Core Competencies (CPACC)
- Bachelor of Science degree and graduated with honors from University of Cincinnati (Major in Graphic Design, Minor in Psychology)