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Erica Li specializes in spatial branding; she excels in identifying
unique brand characteristics and translating them into distinctive
design elements that imprint core brand values in space, creating a
truly memorable experience.
  • DESIGNER
    ATMO LAB — Los Angeles, CA, USA
  • Project Manager/ Designer
    Nursery In Style — Santa Monica, CA, USA
  • Instructor
    Rainbow Art — CA, USA
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EDUCATION:
Art Center College of Design, Pasadena, CA
Bachelor of Science, Environmental Design
Jan 2008 - Dec 2011

Art Center At Night (Art Center non-degree Program)
Introduction to Product & Transportation
May 2005 - Dec 2007

Pasadena City College, Pasadena, CA
General Study, Ocean Science, General Art classe… Read More
EDUCATION:
Art Center College of Design, Pasadena, CA
Bachelor of Science, Environmental Design
Jan 2008 - Dec 2011

Art Center At Night (Art Center non-degree Program)
Introduction to Product & Transportation
May 2005 - Dec 2007

Pasadena City College, Pasadena, CA
General Study, Ocean Science, General Art classes including Jewellery Design, Graphic Design, Sculpture, and Live Painting
Sept 2004 - Dec 2007

EXPERIENCE

Designer/ Design consultant, ATMO LAB,
Los Angeles, CA
Sept 2013 to Current

Project Manager/ Interior & Exterior Designer, Nursery In Style Inc.
Santa Monica, CA
Develop new structural design and interior exterior designs for vacation rental.
Aug 2012- Sept 2013

Branding and Graphic Designer, Nous Collaborative Inc., Nous Engineering Inc.,
London,England & Los Angeles, CA
Jan- May 2013

Intern Designer, Concord/ LB Commercial Construction Inc.
Summer 2012

Instructor, Rainbow Art Studio
Jan-March 2012


Student instructor, Rapid Prototyping Class
Feb - April 2011

Designer, Johnson & Johnson’s Piz Buin Re-Design Project, Berlin, Germany
Re-conceived branding and packaging design for Johnson &
Johnson’s European sunscreen brand, Piz Buin
May - Aug 2010

Designer, Safe Agua, Santiago, Chile
Develop new tools, products, systems and methods of storing,
utilizing, transporting and conserving water in order to help
break the cycle of poverty in “campamentos” (as slums are
known in Chile) and transitional housing communities built by
Un Techo Para Mi Pais (UTPM).
Aug-Dec 2009

Peer Mentor, Art Center college of design
Aug - Dec 2008

Campus Tour Guide, Art Center college of design
Oct 2008- Dec 2010

Language: English, Chinese (Mandarin and Cantonese) Read Less
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