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Britt is an independent
multi-DISCIPLINARY designer

She began earning her chops in packaging and identity design in-house at Target, and later honed them at Turner Duckworth, where she split her time crafting packaging for entrepreneurs and building large visual identity systems for brands like Levis. She led the redesign of the American Red Cross (and won a CLEO) before moving on to working as a Creative Director for Office. In addition, she’s designed interiors for several Bay Area bars, restaurants and co-founded a product design company called Alembic Goods where she lead design efforts to build better products using a science inspired creative process. She’s increasingly interested in the intersection of these various disciplines and using her prowess to partner with forward-thinking individuals and business of all sizes to help create meaningful experiences relevant to their brands. 

Her work has been shown at SFMOMA, recognized by the ONE SHOW, D&AD, CLEO and she's received accolades from Graphis, Communication Arts, Design Week, 7x7 and SF Eater.

Britt is based in San Francisco though on the move frequently enough for her friends to sometimes think she’s relocated. She is now leading the helm over at the Tide Design Co., a studio focused on the intersection of identity and interior.

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