Morgan’s been in love with art since she was a kid, and she studied photography, drawing, and sculpture at Dartmouth College. Upon graduation she decided to take that love of art down a different avenue, and stuck her toe into the waters of web design with some classes in composition, usability, and front-end development. Her design education began in earnest when she became one of Mad*Pow’s earliest hires, and she learned the ropes to creating fantastic designs from Mad*Pow founders Will Powley and Amy Cueva.
As VP of Visual Experience Design at Mad*Pow, Morgan spends her days translating user and business needs into beautiful and compelling visual designs, style guides, animations, and HTML/CSS. Fast and highly detail-oriented, she’s consistently wowed clients like Google, Microsoft, ESPN, and GE.
When Morgan’s not hard at work, she’s biking, hiking, snapping pictures, diving into personal art projects, or visiting family and friends across the country.
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October 24 & 25, 2019
Convene, Boston MA
Join design and business leaders from Insurance, Fintech, Banking and more to discuss how experience design strategies can be applied to drive market solutions that achieve social good and profit alike.Learn More
April 14th and 15th, 2020
Royal Sonesta, Boston MA
The annual HXD conference provides a unique crossroads for a diverse community of creators, practitioners, researchers, and developers, to help accelerate the transformation of our health system. Attracting over 500 visionaries across the health ecosystem, this event is created to drive real world change.Learn More
The Center for Health Experience Design (CHXD) is a community that is designed to foster connection across the health ecosystem. It is only by working together that we can solve the toughest health challenges.Learn More
Ethical Guidelines for Designers
The Designer’s Oath is a tool that helps multidisciplinary teams define the ethical guidelines of their engagements. Designers are responsible for creating more than ever before and with this increased influence, we must take a step back and recognize the responsibility we have to those we design for.Learn More