Alisa Krutovsky is a working freelance graphic designer, illustrator and information visualizer living in New York City. She specializes in digital and print design and experiments with motion graphics. Having studied Graphic Design at the School of Visual Arts and Fashion Institute of Technology in New York City, she loves to illustrate and is often approached by companies to do data visualization/infographics and blog/social media graphics. Her inforgraphics and editorial designs are a prominent fixture of the new york magazine W42ST. Working with data, trying to make it more simple, engaging and informative is one of her favorite things to do as a designer. She also does digital and responsive design - websites, apps, e-mails, newsletters. Digital design fascinates her, even though she considers herself a print designer more than a digital designer, her impressive portfolio includes digital work for a very diverse array of companies in the USA and abroad such as Adidas, Estée Lauder, Macy's, Microsoft, General Electric, Jaguar, Benjamin Moore, LinkedIn, Michael Kors, Assurant, Vestas, and World Education Services.