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Tiffany Guerra-Huang has over 15 years of experience designing, directing, and collaborating on visual communications for the public. She’s passionate about information design to empower, connect, and inspire. She designs comprehensive systems that are grounded in research, strategy, and engagement. She deeply cares about access to quality education and transit, and working towards racial, economic, and gender justice. 

To connect or request resume/portfolio, email tiffanyguerrahuang@gmail.com.

an image of Tiffany standing in a room with books and large windows, with greenery and mountains outside

Education, Courses, and Workshops

B.A. UCLA School of Arts and Architecture, Cum Laude
Design Media Arts Major, Global Studies Minor

  • General Assembly Courses – User Experience Design, Back-End Web and JavaScript Development, Data Analytics
  • Esri Training – Intro to GIS Using ArcGIS, Migrating to ArcGIS Pro from ArcMap, Creating StoryMaps with ArcGIS

  • Storytelling: Making Sense of Research Data with Whitney Quesenbery
  • A Design System Operator’s Playbook with Nathan Curtis
  • GPRO Certificate in Fundamentals of Building Green
  • Information is Beautiful with David McCandless
  • Five Mindfulness Trainings Retreat with Thich Nhat Hanh

Selected Exhibitions, Features, Publications, and Speaking Engagements

  • “You Are Here” Guest Lecture for UCLA AA191A Class – “Web Development and GIS for Social Change: Critical Data for Transforming Civil Society”
  • We have a plan for Our Next LA*. Long Range Transportation Plan (Designer, Published by Metro)
  • Yes on LA Group Exhibition (A+D Museum – Los Angeles)
  • VASA (Design in collaboration with Melissanthi Saliba, Published by Vasa Mihich)
  • Metro Employee of the Quarter (Teamwork with the Print Shop
  • Union Station: 75 Years in the Heart of LA (Designer, Published by Metro)
  • HOW In-House Design Awards (Merit – Government)
  • American Public Transportation Association Adwheel Awards (1st Place in Print, Transit, and Digital Advertisements)
  • Archipelago at the San Jose Biennial (Graphic Design, Project by Nova Jiang)
  • Guest Lecture on Semiotics for The Art Institute of California – Los Angeles Class
  • A Visual History of the UCLA Design Media Arts Department Exhibition (Design and installation in collaboration with Johanna Hedva, Broad Art Center – Los Angeles)
  • I Read The News Today…Oh Boy Exhibition (Design and installation in collaboration with Willem Henri Lucas and Everett Pelayo, California NanoSystems Institute – Los Angeles)
  • California Policy Options (Designer, Published by the UCLA Lewis Center for Regional Policy Studies)
  • The State of the Nonprofit Sector in Los Angeles (Designer, Published by the UCLA School of Public Affairs)
  • Posters for Peace & Justice Calendar (Design for January in collaboration with Herman Rosiles Rodriguez, Amber Lotus Publishing)
  • THEN + NOW: ACTIVATE LA Symposium and Exhibition (Co-Curator with Whitney Ellis and Christopher Tuyay, EDA Gallery – Los Angeles)

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