Allie is an award-winning designer and creative director. She currently leads the design team at Godfrey Dadich Partners, where she generates visual narratives and functional design systems for brands such as Google, National Geographic, IBM, and the Obama Foundation.
Before joining GDP Allie was Design Director at WIRED, where she led a team that produced art direction and design for the publication’s magazine, website, and live events. As part of this, she was instrumental in pioneering WIRED on Apple News, which was showcased on stage at Apple’s WWDC. Her work has garnered design awards including the Art Director’s Club cube for editorial design.
Prior to WIRED, Allie worked at Condé Nast’s Editorial Development Group, where she partnered with brands such as V anity Fair, The New Yorker, and GQ to launch their digital editions and publish special projects.
A writer and filmmaker by training, Allie found her way to design out of a desire to present meaningful stories in the most compelling way possible. Born and raised in Hong Kong, she now lives in San Francisco, where she enjoys trying new ramen spots and hiking the local trails.