Jack Anderson
AIGA Seattle Fellow 2012

Fellow Award Recognition

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.