Hi, I’m Krisztina Kun.
I help non-profits, unions, public-sector and arts organizations make a difference.
I’m a designer and developer.
I love working with WordPress, making infographics, and clean, user-centred design.
I am a graphic designer and web developer with over 15 years experience in communications and community engagement. I love working with passionate people working in the public good. I'm unionized with Unifor and a member of the Society of Graphic Designers of Canada.
My formal education includes:
- BA in English and Women's Studies from the University of Victoria
- Communication and Design at Emily Carr University of Art + Design
- Front-end Web Development at HackerYou
- Photography at Langara College
- Leadership in Community Organizing at the Justice Institute of BC
In the past 15 years I have worked in non-profits, universities, colleges, and libraries. I have organized music festivals, conferences and other community events. I have sat on boards, coordinated volunteers, published articles, led strategic planning sessions, mentored youth, and produced radio shows.
I bring all of that expertise when I take on your project. I understand how non-profits and governmental organizations work. I understand what it's like to be an artist and to run a small business. I have a background in communications, technology and non-profit organizing. I love working with people who are passionate about what they do.
organizations I've worked with
clients are saying:
Krisztina is a skilled graphic designer.
She brings thoughtfulness, creativity and intelligence to her design work and I highly recommend her.
Vancouver Public Library
Krisztina was meticulous in her attention to detail, creative in her design suggestions, and patient with us as we gradually gathered the contents of the site. I’m grateful to her for her support, and can’t recommend her more highly.
Lisa Moore, Rhizome Cafe
I was amazed at how quickly and beautifully she put together the website, and how artistically attuned it felt in regards to the work I do.
Lana Maree, Rizze Yoga
I really appreciated the brainstorming session on the website planning. Designing the website for our audience seems like such a simple concept but is much harder to do in practice. The session helped to narrow down our perspective so that we could build a clean and accessible site.
Deanna Ogle, Campaign Organizer
Living Wage for Families Campaign
She understood the overall aesthetic and functional needs of the site very quickly and was able to propose design ideas that were very consistent with the image I wanted to project.
Karen Smith, Architect AIBC
Principal, Engage Architecture
Krisztina understood my vision, provided clear expectations and creative (and beautiful) solutions to an initially complicated website concept. I was very impressed with the final outcome of the website.
Harpreet Johal, Senior Specialist, Fellowships
David Suzuki Foundation