Andrea Sutton Joins Electronic Ink as Vice President of DesignElectronic Ink: Philadelphia Design & User Experience Consultants: Media Center
Philadelphia , Electronic Ink
, a pioneering user interface design firm in Philadelphia, today announced the addition of Andrea Sutton
to its staff.Ms. Sutton joins Electronic Ink from the Silicon Valley in California where she worked on such high-profile accounts as Macromedia, Microsoft, Ceridian, Fireman's Fund and Monster.com.Andrea Sutton joins Electronic Ink as Vice President of Design.Ms. Sutton
brings 18 years of impressive career highlights and expertise in application information and interface design to her
new role and her
modular user interface component designs are used by millions of people every day.Andrea
designed the user interface component library for Macromedia
's upcoming Dreamweaver application release, which enables faster development coding for developers across the globe.Ms. Sutton
served on various key Microsoft
projects, including the prototype design of the first "shopping cart" for Bill Gates' Mista Project, the original design team for Microsoft's FrontPage, the information architecture and graphics lead for a $5,000,000 knowledge management system under Steve Ballmer, and the interface design of a prototype for Fidelity Investments'
first online trading application.
's Monster Talent Market, which Andrea
designed from its inception, attracted 400,000 members on its opening day alone"All of us at Electronic Ink are thrilled to have Andrea join our team," said Johanna Hambrose, President and Chief Operating Officer of Electronic Ink.
design expertise and list of landmark user interface designs will offer our customers further top-notch design expertise and help take our company to the next level in terms of senior design staff."Prior to Electronic Ink, Ms. Sutton worked as Partner at Catalyst Resources, a user interface engineering firm in Silicon Valley, California where she developed user interface solutions for top US-based accounts including Fireman's Fund, Macromedia and Time Warner.Prior to her four years at Catalyst, Ms. Sutton served as a project-based independent consultant for Monster.com, American Express, Chase Bank, Computer Associates, Ziff Davis and Microsoft.She also served as Creative Director for Wall Street Games, Apps.com (acquired by Intuit) and WXNE-TV 25 in Boston.Andrea completed her studies at Carnegie Mellon University.
...Andrea SuttonVP of StrategyElectronic Ink215.922.3800, ext. email@example.com