is an award-winning
Stella Guan is an award-winning graphic designer, entrepreneur, educator and speaker. She has held lead design positions at creative agencies, global technology companies and Fortune 500 financial services firms.
Stella’s design work has been recognized internationally by major design awards. A select list of her awards include A’ Design Award, American Web Design Award, CSS Design Awards, Summit Creative Awards, Davey Award and W3 Award. She is a member of various invitation-only professional organizations, such as the Academy of Interactive & Visual Arts and the International Association of Designers and invited to serve as a judge for numerous international design awards.
Following a decade-long corporate career, Stella took on an entrepreneurial path and founded Path Unbound, a company that helps international creative professionals with career advancement and immigration strategies.
Stella is also the Founder, CEO and Creative Director of ThingsWeCare, a creative agency specialized in designing for businesses that care about the well being of their customers and share the agency’s commitment to social and environmental issues.
Stella Guan is an active public speaker frequently invited to give her insights on design and creativity at international conferences. Her most recent talks include Registered Graphic Designers (RGD)’s first annual in-house design conference in Canada and National Association of Asian American Professionals (NAAAP)’s national leadership convention in Kansas City. She is scheduled to speak at HOW Design Live 2020 and Alt Summit 2020.
Topics that Stella often speaks about include UI/UX design, web design, creativity, entrepreneurship and immigration experience.
A passionate educator committed to helping the next generation of designers, Stella is an adjunct professor of design at universities, global education institutions and often invited as a speaker at international creative conferences.
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