Christy Nyiri is a Brooklyn-based interdisciplinary creative who solves problems by way of art, design, and technology. Her clients encompass cultural institutions, design publications, non-profits, artists, small businesses, and creative entrepreneurs. Select work releationships include MoMA, PRINT Magazine, Buckminster Fuller Institute, Interaction Design Association, MSCHF, Drawn & Quarterly, and the CBC.

In addition to having red hair, she holds a Bachelor of Media Arts from Emily Carr University of Art + Design (Vancouver), and has volunteered as an instructor and mentor with Women Who Code NYC and Ladies Learning Code. She is also a founding member of two artist collectives, and will host karaoke upon special request. She can be found tweeting about nice packaging, drinking white wine in a pantsuit, or writing about working in pajamas.


  • Design (UX, UI, product, web, identity, graphic, motion)
  • Art direction
  • Web accessibility
  • Data/content strategy
  • Front-end development
  • Spelling words with a superfluous "u"
  • Furniture assembly
  • Wine drinking
  • Unsolicited copywriting