I’m a New Yorker with a love for pizza, museums, playlists, Perfect Manhattans, and Phil Collins.
For the past 15 years, I’ve worked as a designer across brand, interactive, and editorial projects. My body of work has been recognized by the ADC, Print Magazine, and Commercial Arts, and select projects have been featured by Monocle, The Atlantic, Time, Slate, and adopted by The New Yorker. (It’s a long story.)
Clients include Nike, Facebook, Microsoft, Adobe, NPR, Etsy, Meetup, The New York Times, WIRED Magazine, Time Magazine, Chronicle Books, Bloomberg Businessweek, Neenah Paper, and Starbucks.
I’m available for projects through my studio, the creatively named Studio Frank.
Writing and speaking are important parts of my design practice. Over the years, several of my talks, essays, and books have become popular reading and frequently cited in the design and the web industries.