brittany hass

After graduating summa cum laude from the Arizona State University’s College of Design in Tempe, Arizona, with a Bachelor of Science degree in Graphic Design, Brittany and her husband Adam moved to Denver. In addition to being a major force of creativity in the office, she has a real strength for organizing content into something meaningful. She also heads up our office grammar police force. Brittany is a dabbler in many creative fields, including screen printing, photography, music, sewing, and painting. Creativity runs in her household—husband Adam is a talented animator and multimedia developer, son Jonah loves to draw, and daughter Phoebe enjoys banging random objects together to see what sound they make (she’s 1—give her time!).

You can learn more about Brittany’s proofreading side business at

motto: You have to follow the rules most of the time in order to break them to good effect.
little known fact: Brittany is an only child.
frequently used phrase: What’s that smell?

Recent posts:

Studio Pattern and Symplified create a scary, slick infographic

With jarring colors and a set of interesting evil robots, we brought visual impact to this alarming set of statistics and are helping Symplified get it shared around on the internet. Here’s hoping it makes some waves!

Beer Mat Testimonial

Recently, we created a new Beer Mat that sits on tables at the Wynkoop Brewing Company. It encourages patrons to order up one of three “trains” of five sample-sized beers—expertly coordinated tastes that give an overview of the range of beers Wynkoop brews. Each train features a seasonal, limited-release selection that currently ranges from Elitch’s Orchard Wheat and 1892 Artesian Lager to Brittany’s favorite, Belgorado.

Denver Police Crime Lab Signage

If you drive down 14th Ave every day (like Brittany does), you might have noticed a new building pop up and open this summer—the Denver Police Crime Laboratory, at 14th and Cherokee. Zigzagging along its facade are organic window elements inspired by DNA helixes, as seen in the photo above.