Lisa Strausfeld

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Lisa Stausfeld
Born 1965
Occupation Data visualization

Lisa Stausfeld (born 1965) is an American design professional.[1] She is a leading Information architect.


Early life

Lisa Strausfeld born in central New Jersey, one of a set of twin daughters of an ob-gyn and an urban planner. She studied art history and computer science at Brown University and received master's degrees in architecture from Harvard University and in media arts and sciences from M.I.T.



Lisa Strausfeld, in 1996, launched a software company a startup that made visual user-interfaces for large databases in San Francisco called Perspecta, along with two MIT classmates. It was sold to Excite@Home in 1999.


Since 2002, she has been a partner in the New York office of Pentagram, the distinguished international design consultancy.[2]

Other Projects

Her projects include the design of Sugar, the graphical user interface for One Laptop per Child; interactive media installations for the Museum of Arts and Design in New York and the Detroit Institute of Arts; large-scale media installations for the corporate headquarters of Bloomberg L.P., the expansion of the Walker Art Center in Minneapolis and New York's redeveloped Moynihan Station; Web sites for Gallup, the architecture firm Diller Scofidio + Renfro, the arts group Creative Time, Brown University, Columbia Business School, and the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (M.I.T.); and information visualizations for The New York Times.

Personal life

Lisa Stausfeld has a daughter named Muriel. She named her after inspiration, Muriel Cooper.


Lisa Stausfeld has received five awards in the prestigious International Design Excellence Awards (IDEA).


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