Strategy and design for web, branding &
print solutions happen here for
unique businesses and nonprofits.
You: Have a business with: a good idea, a good cause, or a good product, but you need to connect with your audience.
Me: Branding and visual strategy expert that bridges the gap between your big ideas and your ideal audience.
Us: Good together. I listen, strategize, and design successful brands and materials people fall for.
What drives this train? Packing east coast hustle, west coast charm, I’m ready to go with a full studio of creative solutions. Based in San Francisco’s Mission District for over 15 years, I believe that good design is more than style, it’s the substance and strategy that gets results – the goal is for you to stand out, not just fit in. I aim to delight and deliver.
I customize a team to meet the needs of your projects, partnering with experts (writers, photographers, illustrators and developers). This nimble solution keeps overhead low and costs scalable so I can be an accessible design partner for non-profits and booming businesses
Let’s talk (it’s on me).
”Arin Fishkin is a versatile designer and artist who has experience creating everything from logos, to print designs, and even website designs. An avid believer in sustainability and someone with an affinity for working with local small businesses and startups, … Few in the Bay Area can match Fishkin’s combination of artistic talent and design sense, making her a truly one-stop shop for your design needs.”
– The Art Career Project’s list of Bay Area Designers on Everyone’s Radar
Awards, Accolades, Press
Logo designs published in the LogoLounge book series: Burning Man Network logo, Six-Word Memoirs Logo, and Mailbox Tees logo.
Logo published in iheartlogos book 1.
2017 Summit Marketing Effectiveness Silver Award winner “Let’sPlaySF!” for Logo Design
Winner of two awards of distinction in the 2010 Communicator Awards.
Winner of a 2013 bronze Summit Award for green design
Winner of a 2015 silver Summit Award for logo design
Burning Man 2010 Metropolis poster design featured on the set of the television show New Girl
Designs profiled in the J weekly, the SFist, Michigan Today and Laughing Squid.
Designer of Dogster.com (winner of a Webby award, the 2005 SXSW Interactive Conference People’s Choice Award, and Time Magazine’s 2005 site of the year).
Photos published in the The Washington Post Style, Vice Magazine, BoingBoing.com, Jetsetter and Schmap San Francisco Guide. Winner of the 2009 San Francisco’s Finest photo contest.
Featured web designer in You Can Do It! The Merit Badge Handbook for Grown-Up Girls, published by Chronicle Books.