Melissa Nosal is a digital designer with professional experience making print media and web content for universities, nonprofits, and the private sector. Through her graphic design and marketing work she has secured funding for charitable groups and causes, helped activists pass Connecticut state legislation for social good, and enabled multimillion-dollar insurance deals for clients in the technology, hospitality, real estate, healthcare, and transportation industries.
She currently works remotely as a graphic designer for Harvard Medical School Center for Bioethics. She also freelances through her own design studio, providing creative services and consultation to nonprofits and small businesses.
In recent months, she's been studying user experience design through Google's UX Design Professional Certification program and other supplemental training courses. Her multidisciplinary design skills enable her to quickly craft visual assets, iterate on wireframes and prototypes, and develop creative solutions to user pain points while still meeting stakeholder goals.