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Sheila Hart founded Sheila Hart Design, Inc., in January 1996,
specializing in publishing, corporate branding and marketing promotion.
She attained her degree in graphic design at the University of
Cincinnati, and then worked for many years in New York City, at such
noted firms as Vignelli Associates and Pentagram. Drawn back to
Cleveland, her home, Hart worked at Nesnadny + Schwartz before starting
her own firm. With more than 20 years of design and marketing
experience, Hart has been proud to work with a range of clients
including Aetna Life & Casualty, Amoco Corporation, Architectural
Record magazine, Brookstone, Black Dog & Leventhal Publishers,
Fairwinds Press, IngenutyFest (2007–2009), National City Corporation,
Oak Associates, On-Point Group, Progressive Insurance, The Rock and Roll
Hall of Fame & Museum, Schwebel Baking Company and The University
Publications and anuuals that have showcased her work include HOW,
Print, AIGA Graphic Design USA, Communication Arts
and Creativity, in addition to being included in several books
on design. She was featured in an article in Graphic Design USA
magazine as one of 50 people to watch in the new millennium, and was
also listed by Northern Ohio Live as one of the most influential women
in northeast Ohio.
Hart has guest lectured and taught at Kent State University,
Cleveland State University and Cuyahoga Community College. She has
served on the boards for the AIGA Cleveland chapter and NOCA (Northern
Ohio Communication Affiliates) before being named an AIGA Fellow in
Learn more about the jurors’ thoughts on this 2013 “Justified” selection.
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Section: Inspiration -
branding, design thinking, Voice
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