All voices are included and
nothing is left unsaid.
Join a group of thinkers and makers to experience the work of 14 students who demonstrate design as a collective.
All or nothing demonstrates an open dialogue between us as designers and our audience through participation and collaboration.
meet the designers
Driven by her fascination for physical and virtual interactions, Z Lisenbee is a graphic designer with a passion for exhibition / experience design and the user experience. She creates unique, innovative, and practical solutions and experiences for her audience. Raised in KC, her practice aims to better the community around her. You can find Z having fun at various events happening around the city.
This is the bio of Alli Sevareid and it has been rewritten so many times to reflect the same relentless process you'll find in her work. This process involves fast-making between extreme scales and finding the common ground between two seemingly unrelated elements, most often the analog and the digital. Her work ends up conveying carefully-conceived concepts and clear communication in one creative synopsis.
Ana Ximena is a graphic designer from Colombia based in Kansas City. Through her multi-cultural background and extensive travels, Ana is able to create a visual narrative around people and their complex origin stories. She translates this complexity through print, packaging, and identities with lively colors and patterns.
Brooke Cirone is an Italian visual communicator focusing on graphic design. Her undergraduate studies push the boundaries of graphic design in both 2D and 3D, ranging from 125-page books, to 3D printed typography. Her current work is focused on patient advocacy and patient education, with an emphasis in user experience.
Hailing from a tight-knit community in Rich Fountain, Missouri, Jenna has a rich understanding of people and the nuances of human relationships. As a designer, her work reflects this compassion with a palette that explores the building blocks of human communication. She is known for creating warm, welcoming environments on the printed page for all viewers, big and small.
As a lover of dogs, coffee, and the Great British Baking Show, Sydney finds the humor and beauty in everyday life. She encourages her audience to do the same through designs that both embrace and enhance the world around them. Sydney thrives in collaborative environments and is a master communicating through the occasional gif in her keynote presentations.
Devon Wolfe is a research-oriented designer focusing on the human experience. His work approaches the complex interactions had within the built environment, and the impact that has on our collective state of living. He is always pushing himself in new directions, attempting to continuously learn from others and experience the world around us.
Kelsey Mack is both a graphic designer and photographer. She grew up in St. Louis and moved to Kansas City to fulfill her dream of becoming the graphic designer she is today. As a versatile communicator, she is experienced in creating innovative, engaging digital and print designs for a broad range of clients in any industry. Kelsey strives to create new and unique designs and she is up for any challenge you may throw her way.
Chris Chavez is a Kansas City-based designer and aspiring typographer. His focus and interest is typography and hand lettering. He pulls from both his lithography and illustration background to create work that is both technically precise and playful.
With a background in illustration and a rigorous approach to exploration and research, Isabelle builds complex worlds in any context she is working in. Despite this complexity, she designs with a flexible language that resonates with a wide-range of audiences. She is able to be both observer and communicator of the absurdity in our everyday lives.
Baillie Wiebers is a research-based, conceptually-driven designer. Her work often studies the interaction between humans and technology, as well as what happens when we reimagine that relationship. Whether she is exploring the minute details of microtype on a printed page or challenging the standards of a website, her work is rooted in an understanding of impeccable craft.
Tori Green is a graphic designer, art historian, researcher, and writer from New Orleans based in Kansas City. She is interested in the extensive role of human agency in the built world and how forms of design are expressions of the forces that shape our lives. Her undergraduate years are defined by a deep exploration into methods of branding and user experience, as well as processes of print and web design, at the Kansas City Art Institute, Single Wing Creative Studio, and Confidential Comics. She hopes to continue to traverse through the graphic design field and build newfound knowledge and experiences within her practice.
Josh Madrid is a Kansas City-based designer finishing up his studies at KCAI. His work confronts real world conflicts and controversies through innovative print and digital interfaces. Amongst integral roles in collaborative environments, Josh codifies a user's aspirations through sophisticated visual language, layout development, branding strategies, and new media advertising. He is known for handling dense amounts of information and making it accessible for all audiences.
Caitlin is a creative thinker and ice cream enthusiast from Kansas City. She is passionate for idea-driven design, the connection between work and play, and her pursuit to become a lifelong learner. Her work is rooted in finding imaginative solutions for complex problems through research-based inquiry and exploration. When she’s not working, you may find her napping, scrolling through memes, or listening to music.