Dana Elkis
Typography-focused, print and web-obsessed design director, specializing in interactive web and experience design. Drawn to design that has Relevance longevity and purpose. Graduate of ITP—NYU (Interactive telecomunications program). Trained as graphic designer at the Bezalel Academy of Art and Design, Jerusalem. 

Senior Designer, 2020 - Current
DSI - Design System International

ITP, NYU Research Fellow, 
Design specialist, 2020-2022
Fresh grad of 2020 by AIGA, NY

About Me

Web Design
>The Bureau of Push Notifications
> 873 Civil Defense Sirens
Adjacent - Issue 07
Adjacent - Issue 06
Adjacent - Issue 05

Interaction Design
Typographic Dynamics
> Posture Torture
> Reflective Landscapes
> Walking Garden
> Creative block
> Interface
> Flashlight

Motion Design
> Tel Aviv Musueum of Art logo

Print Design
> Bodies and Borders 
> A MEMO FOR 2061
The bridge is Dead
> Dan Arav
> Alchemy of Words
> pharynx
> SubSahara
> Plato
> SubSahara 2
> Shevet Afik
> Utopian Loops
> 50 Years for Israeli Television
> Computer Mouse Confrence
> The Coding Lab
> Ophir Awards 2017
> Bambina

South of the Sahara:
Accelerated Urbanism in Africa

Role Graphic Designer For Studio Michal Sahar Date April 2017  Type Print Design
Visual identity for the Sub-Saharan Africa exhibition.  This region, containing a multitude of nations, cultures, and geographic expanses, is gripped between preserving communal traditions and accelerating economic liberalism. A massive Chinese presence translated into developing infrastructures and new cities. African store signs created mainly by brushes on a variety of surfaces. Intense colors capture the passerby's attention. The blazing African sun also influenced theexhibition design. The design included: a new bilingual font inspired b amateur local lettering; a poster-like invitation; entry title and work

Size A3 (folded into A5) / Two-Sided