Joanna Chin is a user experience designer at Gallagher & Associates, creating cross-platform, digital experiences and products for museum exhibitions and corporate spaces. Previous work includes design and product development for the Verizon Open Innovation Concept Studio and data visualization for the NYC Mayors Office.
Before taking the plunge into design and tech, Joanna was a program coordinator for Animating Democracy, a program of Americans for the Arts that supports art as a vehicle for social change and civic engagement.
Joanna holds a B.A. in International Relations from Stanford University and an M.F.A in Design + Technology from Parson School of Design.
In her spare time, she mixes up websites and cocktails, dances tango, and works to (slowly) launch a company that delivers mysterious packages from people in the past.
Recent Blog Posts
- Do we want to foster the arts or do we want to foster creativity?
- Looking for the Punch Line
- Humor & Social Change: An Introduction
- Sharing Shifts in Evaluation from the Funder Exchange
- Memorializing and Commemorating Military Service through Art
- Wrapping up the Arts & Military Blog Salon
- Enriching the Public Narrative
- Advancing Cultural Diplomacy
- Aiding Community Reintegration
- Welcome to the Blog Salon on the Arts and the Military
- Blog Salon Recap: So, Does Size Matter?
- Does Size Matter? (or Welcome to Our Blog Salon on Scaling Up)
- From Boots to Brushes
- Reevaluating My Thinking Around Evaluation
- Blog Salon: Evaluating the Social Impact of the Arts
- Our New Home for Animating Democracy: A 10-Minute Tour
- Is Photography Dead?
- Join Our First Animating Democracy Blog Salon
- My Latest Website Crush (From Arts Watch)
- Imagine Nation: How the Arts Affect Climate Change
- The Forgotten Spaces In-Between: Technology and changing definitions of community
- Confessions of a Technology Abuser (and the 9+ community arts websites on the path towards rehabilitation)
- Begin as you mean to go on…
- Green Paper: The Future of Community Development
- So An Arts Administrator Walks into a Bar... (from Arts Watch)