AIGA Seattle Fellow
2012 AIGA Seattle Fellow
Jack Anderson, Founder & Chairman, Hornall Anderson
Jack Anderson is the Founder and Chairman of 32-year old Hornall Anderson, a multi-disciplinary, media-agnostic brand design firm with locations in Seattle, London and New York. First and foremost a designer, Jack believes that great design is the elegant expression of powerful ideas; done well, it can stir emotions, reveal the soul of a brand, and transform business.
Over the past three decades, Jack has partnered with a diverse group of Fortune 100-500 clients to create insights-driven and category-defining work. Some of Hornall Anderson’s more iconic clients include Starbucks, Microsoft, PepsiCo, Holland America, Weyerhaeuser, Hewlett-Packard, McKesson, OMD, Chicago’s Willis Tower, Empire State Building, Madison Square Garden, and UK clients Unilever, ASDA, Heinz and Virgin Atlantic.
In 2013, Jack published “Happy Accidents,” a book celebrating three decades of design and discovery, and creative collaboration. He is a sought-after speaker in the design industry, and has served as judge for several design awards shows both nationally and internationally.
About the AIGA Seattle Fellow Award
The AIGA Fellow program is a means of recognizing seasoned designers who have made a significant contribution to raising the standards of excellence in practice and conduct within our design community as well as in our AIGA chapter. The nominee must:
- Be a practitioner and/or educator with more than fifteen years experience in the profession.
- Be a member in good standing.
- Have made a significant contribution to AIGA.
- Have made a positive impact within their local or regional design community.
- Have advanced excellence in graphic design as a discipline, profession, and cultural force.