Liz Danzico
School of Visual Arts

Liz Danzico is part designer and part educator. In her practice, she cultivates design and user-centered programs through collaborative methods in education, in digital design, and in technology to foster positive change. She is founding chairperson of the MFA in Interaction Design Program at the School of Visual Arts. She is an independent consultant, working with businesses on design, planning, and execution of short- and long-term digital programs for global companies and nonprofit organizations. She is advisor to startups, nonprofits, and global companies and frequent lecturer. Liz is on advisory boards for projects that bolster design education and design culture, including Austin Center for Design, Brooklyn Beta Summer Camp, The Center for Urban Pedagogy, The Feast, the NEA Studio, and South by Southwest Interactive. She has written for design-minded publications, including Eye Magazine, Fortune Magazine, Interactions Magazine, and writes part of her time at