About

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Kerri Mahoney is a multidisciplinary designer who has developed print, interactive and product design projects since 1997.

Having a deep love for roots music, Kerri has been working with the Ponderosa Stomp Foundation based in New Orleans, LA since its inception to create marketing materials and merchandise for its annual concert, held in New Orleans. Most recently, she has been designing album art for clients such as Electraphonic Recording, Fat Possum Records, Big Legal Mess Records, Modern Harmonic, Amazon, and Madjack Records.

An alumni of the School of Visual Arts film program, Kerri fell in love with the vast possibilities within the interactive realm, and set her focus there. She cut her teeth at The Buoyant Company, where she was part of the development team that created AT&T’s WorldNet and Reuters. Having a deep appreciation for children’s media, she soon began developing the kids’ e-zine JINX at Buoyant, which went on to be nominated for Cool Site Design of the Year (by Cool Site of the Day), in 1996. She has worked on a variety of properties for children since, including the flagship design of Nick.com, content development for Lego® Mindstorms, web-based games for Cartoon Network and AOL/Time Warner. Since those early days, Kerri has worked on branding and online presence development projects for blue chip and neighborhood businesses for the past 18 years. A partial interactive client list includes Pfizer, LEGO, AOL, Delta Airlines, HBO, AT&T, Mars-M&M, Nickelodeon, MTV, National Geographic,  and Comic Relief.

In 2001, Ms. Mahoney was a volunteer with Geekcorps (www.geekcorps.org) in Accra, Ghana, West Africa, where she taught Web design and software skills to a local advertising firm, The Art Bureau.