Hi, I'm Priscilla.
I'm a San Francisco-based graphic and UI designer with a passion for doing good in the world.
After graduating with a B.A. in Visual Studies and Creative Writing from the University of Pennsylvania, I moved westward to partner with brands to tell their stories through meaningful visuals and writing. I love working with small impact organizations, nonprofits, and mission-drive companies.
I'm scrappy and I love wearing many hats. I crave learning new things.
In my spare time, you can catch me making themed playlists, tinkering with DIY projects, running at my own pace, tutoring young explorers, and photo-documenting my wandering feet.
Feel free to reach out and say hello!
PHOTO BY SANA JAVERI KADRI
I've designed for:
The diaTribe Foundation, ImpactAssets, 826 Valencia, Maven Labs, The Institute For College Access and Success, ipsy, Guardian Life Insurance, Women@LinkedIn, Google Maps, Pantaloon Press, ROAR Events, Very Mary Inspired, Shippabo, Quriocity, Columbia Summer Winds, and more.
I play by a few simple rules.
1. Approach problems like a kid again.
I am not afraid to use wild imagination, curiosity and play to discover interesting and unique approaches to problems.
2. Choose empathy.
Before I “move fast and break things,” I value being patient, listening and understanding as a way to build quality and connection in my work.
3. Create something meaningful.
I will not simply add to the noise. I will strive to produce quality work that can help people be happier and healthier on and offline.
4. Do no harm.
I will create compelling, honest stories informed by data rather than use data to manipulate and trap people into a product or service. Truth and transparency are my tools of choice.
5. Be a force for good.
In whatever I do, I wish to be a motivating force—one that will empower people to improve their own lives and the world around them, or direct them toward possible solutions. This may put me on a road less traveled, an uphill battle or an underdog story. To that I say, “So be it.”