Kathleen Maxwell


Digital Designer

Kathleen Maxwell is Senior Digital Designer with 20+ years of experience. She is responsible for delivering a wide range of design mandates in a multidisciplinary environment. Kathleen specializes in digital design, developing highly innovative and creative solutions for strategically driven projects.

Kathleen is an industry mentor for the Graphic Design and Multimedia Design programs at Humber College; as well as an Affiliate member of the RGD. With certified accessibility training for digital designers, she brings expertise and knowledge of the Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act (AODA). She is a leading voice and creative driver as a member of the design team and is deeply involved with strategy, proposals, plans, pitches, and most importantly, design.

Kathleen has led the creative design of mid- to large-scale projects across all stages of the process, from pitch to final deliverable. Her most recent accomplishments include developing a comprehensive digital marketing rollout for York University’s Microlecture Series in Sustainable Living, launched in the spring of 2023. It involved iconography, motion graphics, banner advertisements, social media and website support as well as digital take-over and a print ad in the Globe and Mail. Kathleen also acted as lead designer of the higher education conference Congress of the Humanities and Social Sciences 2023, hosted by York University. She executed a range of projects including branding & identity, packaging, print and digital as well as working closely with multidimensional teams to ensure design integrity and brand alignment across all touch points. 

She has a Bachelor of Design from York University/Sheridan College Joint Program with a focus in branding and multimedia design. Kathleen is a highly engaged professional and constantly on the look for best practices, trends, technology, ideas and concepts to bring to her designs.

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