An East Coast transplant that now calls the Pacific Northwest home, Christine Musser loves creating innovative solutions for human centered design needs. She brings 20+ years of graphic design expertise as well as experience in project coordination, grant preparation, custom art commissions (digital and physical), and customer service.
Curious by nature and a pragmatic problem solver, she has worked with King County Library System to create a small branch presence in Redmond Ridge after interviewing local residents and conducting research to determine need and possible locations. Christine has also developed a system of data collection and organization for a grant funded by the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation.
Christine enjoys collaborating on projects and has taken breaks from self employment to work on group projects. She finds team efforts to be rewarding - from learning from other designers and developers to communicating ideas to stakeholders and finding common ground.
In addition to a Bachelor’s Degree in Design (Illustration), she also has a certificate from the Google/Coursera UX program and is currently studying UX Design at Springboard. A life long learner, she often starts her day with a strong cup of coffee and a half hour of instruction on various UX design topics on LinkedIn Learning and Skillshare. Acquiring new skills come naturally to her and she is fascinated with innovative developments in technology.
When not designing, Christine can be found working on artwork (paintings, fused glass, needle felted wool sculpture), reading, playing board games, or exploring the Northwest with her husband, two sons and spoiled dog, Lola.