Beatriz is a designer, typographer, and educator exploring how technology can push typography to exist at the intersection of the physical and digital world. She teaches interaction design at Parsons and was formerly a design director at Sunday Afternoon.
Originally on the path to becoming a mechanical engineer, Beatriz shifted to graphic design as her involvement in immigrant rights activism exposed her to the power of visual communication. In 2022 she was awarded the Art Directors Club Young Gun Award, which recognizes the world’s best creatives under the age of 30. In 2023 she was awarded the Type Directors Club Ascenders award, and has been recognized with a 2023 Cooper Hewitt National Design Award in the Emerging Designer category, awarded “in recognition of a designer or practice who has demonstrated profound talent in the early stages of their career.” Some of her clients include ESPN, Target, and NPR.
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