Liz Danzico
Creative Director, NPR and Chair and Co-founder, MFA Interaction Design, School of Visual Arts

We didn't realize just how expansive the term "design" was until we met Liz. As Chair and Co-founder of the MFA in Interaction Design Program at the School of Visual Arts, mentor to the NEA Studio and a member of the advisory board of the Austin Center for Design, she applies design thinking more broadly and productively than most dare. This is, no doubt, how she approaches her role as Creative Director of Digital Media for NPR, working to create a visual and user experience that matches the heights of NPR's content. Sessions with Liz will support Teach for All.

Likes to talk about
User Experience
Interaction Design
User-centered Design
Content Strategy
Information Design
Editorial
User Research
User Interface Design
Paper Prototyping
Experience Design
User Scenarios
Usability Testing
Design Strategy
Usability
Mobile Design
Liz's Cause: Teach for All
Teach For All is a growing network of more than 30 partner organizations with a shared vision of expanding educational opportunity in their countries. Each partner recruits and develops leaders to teach in their nations’ most high-need classrooms and to work throughout their lives to increase opportunity for kids. Teach For All works to increase partners’ progress and accelerate collective impact through capturing and spreading knowledge, fostering direct connections and learning across the network, accessing global resources for the benefit of the whole, and contributing to the leadership development of staff, participants and alumni across the network.