The Problem Solver
PRA is my blank canvas.
Growing up around her grandfather’s darkroom in Poland, Aneta was intrigued by his photography. Watching a photograph develop from a blank piece of paper to a storytelling picture was something she will never forget. This development inspires her and she attributes that experience to her love for the creative process.
When Aneta was 16, her family moved to the United States. What amazed her most was that even though she could not speak the language well, she never felt lost. Visual signage was her way of finding herself in this new world. No matter what the language is, people anywhere can relate to visuals.
Prior to her work at PRA as a graphic designer, Aneta designed dinnerware for large global brands such as Kate Spade, Marchesa, and Dansk. Aneta understands these beautiful visually dynamic pieces can have the same impact for someone here, in her homeland of Poland, or any other part of the world. She finds this to be an exciting part of the work she does. She knows her role is not the same as a scientist and she isn’t going to cure cancer. But the work she does has a lasting global impact and she is proud to be a part of the process.
As a graphic designer at PRA, Aneta has to take complex statistics or data and translate this information into a visually impactful design understandable all around the globe. It’s her job to develop creative solutions that challenge the status quo.