Maddy Angstreich

Design student at Washington University in St. Louis. Fascinated by typography, urban design, architecture, and web development. Excited to use visual design for problem-solving and systems thinking. Previously, Design Intern at Virtue in LA. Incoming Design Intern at Partner & Partners in NYC. 

Selected Projects ︎ 
        Urban Renewal
        Open Vote 
        Simple Syrup Magazine
        Einstein’s Dreams
        Sam Fox Lecture Series 
        Javascript Experiments 

Writing ︎
        Democratization of Urban Agriculture
        Should Designers Code?
        Mobile Markets in a Midwestern Desert
        Interface Design Sprint

Contact ︎
     +39 347 5353736 (Spring 2019)
        View Resume

Elsewhere ︎
Last Updated: Jan 29, 2019

Mental Health Booklet 
Editorial Design, Research

Completed: Spring 2018
Advisor: Rachel Silverberg
Additional: Ben Kiel, Chrissi Cowhey

Read about my process here.

            I designed this book to serve as a companion to a fictitious mental health advocacy campaign. The original text, written by Emily Gosling for AIGA Eye on Design, seeks to educate the creative community about how to manage anxiety. I chose to incorporate artists and creators—including Pablo Picasso, Georgia O’Keefe, and Roxane Gay—who have used their platforms to share and discuss their own personal battles with anxiety and mental health.
            I’m passionate about working to erase stigma against mental illnesses in all of their forms, and I was excited to bring that passion into my design work for this project.