Madi Ko recently graduated from the Rhode Island School of Design in Graphic Design and is currently a “Kennedy” apprentice at Wieden+Kennedy.

She spent the last half of 2020 (successfully!) campaigning for election reform in Alaska, where she’s from. She also does other Alaska-based political freelance work.

Madi is interested in what makes an image or an experience memorable. When she’s not at a computer you can find her hiking, thrifting, or going out for pho. 

There are a few common themes in her work & thoughts:

  1. Use humour and thoughtful design to make people want to engage with information.

  2. Play with the disconnect between technology and real life (digital interface vs physical experience, perception vs reality, etc.)

  3. Be specific and subjective, while keeping the work relatable.