tricia seibold work cv about


Art Director/Designer
March 2003 - Present

Communication Arts magazine Menlo Park, CA

Nine years art directing a highly regarded design publication, with duties that include:

  • curating artwork for and laying out feature articles
  • working closely with the production department to provide art direction and ensure that all template-based sections of the magazine are created according to the supplied style guide
  • designing, or commissioning the design of, all covers of the magazine
  • designing all promotional materials for the magazine (ads, postcards, direct mail and online and email advertising)
  • developing and maintaining the brand across all channels in both web and print
  • redesign of the magazine (2004) and subsequent design updates
  • attending press checks to assure high printing standards
  • art direction of, and part of two-person design team for

Interactive Media Designer
March 2000 - March 2003

Communication Arts magazine Menlo Park, CA

Designed and was part of the production team for the Interactive Annual CD-ROM winners showcase that accompanied the Interactive Annual print issue. Designed and helped launch and was part of a two-person design team for (which has subsequently been folded into

Marketing Designer
December 1997 - March 2000

Miller Freeman San Francisco, CA

Designed marketing and promotional materials for a software magazine. Worked closely with the Marketing Manager and Publisher to strategize marketing solutions.

March 1995 - present

Tricia Seibold Design Woodbury, NJ and Menlo Park, CA

Successful freelance business with a varied clientele. Created editorial and marketing design for a medical publisher; branding, promotion, and menu design for a five-property hospitality group; and various collateral for local businesses and charity organizations.


Acrobat & Distiller


Rochester Institute of Technology Rochester, NY
BFA in Graphic Design with a liberal arts concentration in Psychology, 1993. Dean’s List.

Rhode Island School of Design Providence, RI
6 week-long Pre-College Summer program in Graphic Design, 1988


I enjoy an active and diverse lifestyle that has included taking part in the 2010 AIDS/LifeCycle ride (SF to LA), travel and ongoing participation in music classes (both voice and ukulele) and language studies through the Stanford Continuing Education program. I volunteer twice-a-week with the National Center for Equine Facilitated Therapy, helping children and adults with special needs through the use of equine-assisted therapies.


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