My name is Stacy, but I am better known as Sibs. I'm from a small town in the Upper Peninsula of Michigan, and no, I'm not from Canada! (Google: Yooper) At fifteen I began this wonderful journey in the world of design. My passion has only grown as I have learned to push the boundaries of the traditional elements of design. There is not a hex code I dislike, but I also have a fascination with all things 000000 and FFFFFF.
When I am not designing I continue to find inspiration enjoying time spent outside: especially if it's playing tennis or softball. I also enjoy rocking out to my favorite bands, nothing fuels me like live music. I have been known to have strong cravings for adventure. Photography is another creative outlet for me. My Canon rebel is my weapon of choice, watch out or I’ll shoot!.....and did I mention I like roses?...a large amount, in fact all flowers. I think Ellen Degeneres says it best: "Be kind to one another."
One of my areas of interest in design is to ensure the best interaction for situations. This allows me to take the user on a digital journey. This process is essential in creating effective visual experiences.
My ability to lead a team comes from a strong standard that I hold to myself. I find value in initiating, executing, and regulating projects. I like helping people reach their full potential.
I have gained a lot of experience giving and receiving art direction in a fast pace e-commerce brand. I have developed a personal approach to communicate my clients needs. I value face-to-face interaction.
My interest in multiple areas of advertising and design has fueled my curiosity. Allowing myself to stay flexible has been a major component in my concepting process.
Photography has always been a passion in my life. I have taken interest in art directing images since I got my hands on my first SLR as a teenager. Although it is just a hobby this skill set has enhanced my ability to design greatly.
Every story demands an individual approach to reach people in an captivating way. In my experience with the right combo of images and copy, any story can be brought into the world.