Lauren Kim is a communications and environments designer at IDEO Boston. Formally trained in graphic design and architecture, her interests lie in straddling scales from pixels and type to installations and urban environments. At IDEO, she has worked on projects that range from digital interfaces, consumer services, and environmental experiences in industries that include healthcare, automotive and telecommunications.
Prior to IDEO, she worked at frog as well as Smart Design as a communications and visual designer, working collaboratively in multidisciplinary groups comprised of industrial designers, researchers, analysts and developers. Her projects ranged from mobile application-based media to publication design, products and package design with clients that include Microsoft, Johnson & Johnson, Sprint, and HP.
Lauren’s work has been featured in numerous exhibitions and publications including AIGA 365, TED - WattStation Exhibit, Interior Design Magazine and Novum. Lauren earned her Master of Architecture from the Harvard University Graduate School of Design, where her graduate work was exhibited and published internationally. She holds a Bachelor of Fine Arts in Graphic Design from the Rhode Island School of Design.