Experienced, creative and driven by a desire to save the world from bad design, Nancy is a graphic designer with the soul of a mechanical engineer. Keenly devoted to both form and function, Nancy founded Square360 in 2003 to create innovative, solution-specific branding that holds creativity and logic in equal esteem. With over 20 years of experience and more than 40 awards and recognition, her body of work includes everything from identity design to full user experiences for clients such as; American Cancer Society, Arrow Electronics, Carnegie Mellon’s Human-Computer Interaction Institute, CBRE, RKF and Yale University School of Management.
Nancy is also an Adjunct Faculty for the Community College System of New Hampshire where she teaches graphic design. She focuses on bringing real-world clients and projects to the classroom to better prepare students for the workplace. She also serves on the Design and Media Technology Department Advisory Board where she is actively working to create an Interaction Design program.
Prior to founding Square360, Nancy worked for Munroe Creative Partners as Managing Partner and Creative Director where she was involved in the day-to-day operations of the New York and Connecticut offices, focusing on client relations and supervising staff.
With a AA Fashion Design from William Rainey Harper College, a BFA Graphic Design from Tyler School of Art, Temple University, a Certificate of Web Programming, from University of New Hampshire and a Certificate in Digital Media, from New York University, Nancy is constantly striving to keep up with the fast-paced advances of the web world.
Known to her friends as Martha Stewart's bad ass twin she's always ready to entertain, craft, or build. She spends most of her free time creating – oil painting, gardening, cooking, canning, woodworking, pottery, knitting, traveling and motorcycle riding.