Amanda Sweet

Graphic Designer and Project Assistant

MFA, Painting + Drawing, University of Washington, 2015
BFA, Painting, Rhode Island School of Design, 2007
Certificate in English, Rhode Island School of Design, 2007

Joined Floyd|Snider: 2016

Amanda Sweet is a Graphic Designer and Project Assistant who designs and produces compelling graphics to support client and public visualization of complex project ideas. Her fine art background and varied graphic design experience bring an elevated level of sophistication and creativity to her work at Floyd|Snider. She creates conceptual site models, cross sections, and other data visualizations and provides illustration and brand design for project deliverables and marketing efforts. She also ensures all documents are well-organized and meet Floyd|Snider’s high-quality standards for finalization. Her passion for the environment is evident in both her professional art practice and her dedication to the firm's mission.

Professional Strengths

Two-dimensional design sensibilities with a keen understanding of the fundamental techniques of image-making and compositional schemes

Expertise in color theory with a knowledge of color contrast accessibility standards that create captivating graphics that are inclusive

Strong perceptual communication skills learned from experience as an arts educator and demonstration artist, requiring patience and enthusiasm to encourage the sharing of ideas

Time management and multitasking abilities gained from previous roles in marketing management and event coordination

Sharp organizational skills that benefit the day-to-day operations of the firm and client support

An eye for detail in written communications and the presentation of tabular data