Kristine A. Johnson

Member Since March 2003
Member Type Design Leader
AIGA Chapter Seattle
Title Co-Founder / Chief Design Strategist
Company Cognition Studio Inc
Email moc.oidutsnoitingoc@enitsirk
Website www.cognitionstudio.com
Field Strategy
Communication design
Service design
Bio

Kristine Johnson holds a BFA in BioCommunications and a MAMS in Biomedical Visualization with several years of post-graduate study in visual communication design focused on the science of visual cognition.

Working in the Life Science Sector, her role is one of aggregator/filter/editor/curator within any particular client engagement. A constant awareness of the complex considerations inherent in working with scientifically inclined clients keeps her engaged; a thirst for constant learning keeps her asking the right questions. She sees her role to be one of outside advocate for the intended audience. Aiding the communication of complex information across broad audiences and using design to teach, communicate and facilitate learning of health-based information.

Kristine's primary focus is in biotech, health innovations, tech in health, user experience for healthcare, information design, and science storytelling. Using design to change behavior, knowledge and usability of information.

Kristine is an active volunteer and a leader within several design-related organizations. Currently serving on the leadership team for the AIGA LINK Prorgram.

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  • Kristine Johnson commented on the article "What is AIGA’s position on SOPA legislation?"

    Agree with AIGA's conclusion and stance on this. As a professional member and design firm owner, I deeply value the guidance my professional organization provides and the level of communication executed.

  • Kristine Johnson commented on the article "What is AIGA’s position on SOPA legislation?"

    Agree with AIGA's conclusion and stance on this. As a professional member and design firm owner, I deeply value the guidance my professional organization provides and the level of communication executed.

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