Chief Creative Officer
They just don’t make Lynns.
And we don’t mean “…like they used to.” They don’t make Lynns at all. Lynn Fisher is so unique and rare that you won’t be alone if you have to keep asking yourself whether she really really exists.
As a hybrid designer/developer/creative visionary/ux consultant/strategist, Lynn’s core skillset spans as wide and deep of a span as you’ll find anywhere. And—yes—she’s awesome at all the things, thank you very much.
The word that best describes Lynn is “undaunted.” She seems so at home living on the outer bounds of her creative comfort zone that she makes any wild and dangerous frontier look downright cozy. Paint every major female Star Wars character in CSS using a single div in her spare time? Sure. Redefine the way people think about media queries? Mmhmm. Twice? Nbd. Carpentry?! What the heck. Why not?
It would be a bit cliché to call Lynn a walking pop culture encyclopedia, so we’ll say she’s more of a walking pop culture encyclopedia’s stack of reference material. (Exhibits A, B, and C: Top Chef Stats, Hollywood Age Gap, and The Food Place.)
What we love most about working with Lynn is the same thing we hear from clients: the foundation of her creativity is piercing insight. In a meeting, she has the precision of a surgeon when honing in on the most critical questions needing to be asked. It’s not unusual for a half-dozen people to meet for eleventy minutes and find that everyone’s walking away thinking about the three sharp questions and two great ideas Lynn contributed.
And when it comes time to execute, Lynn’s peers will tell you: her UX design and frontend skills are some of the best in the business. Oh, and if you need to throw in an illustration with just the right style and humor, Lynn’s got that covered, too.
But none of the above compare to the value of her leadership in helping &yet be &yet. For more than half a decade, Lynn’s guidance, vision, and nudges have continually empowered our team to more fully embrace who we are—both as a collective and as individuals.
They just don’t make Lynns, but people like Lynn sure make &yet.