Fari Studio is a premium graphic design studio in Pittsburgh, PA, that provides creative consulting, branding, and visual design solutions to businesses of all types and scales.
We are committed to giving life to your ideas and bringing your vision to reality. Through our creative skills, knowledge, and experience we apply cutting-edge strategy and create powerful brand solutions that help you lay a solid foundation for your brand.
We don’t just make your designs aesthetically appealing but also unforgettable, leaving lasting imprints in the minds of your target audience.
UX Designer + Face of Fari Studio
Hi! I'm Maria, I have a Bachelors's Degree in Business Administration, a Graphic Design Specialization from the University of California Institute of Arts, and I'm a UX Design Professional Certified by Google.
Due to my previous experience in Marketing and Business, when working with brands, I always approach their design needs through the lens of an entrepreneur. This enables me to understand the underlying business goals of my client, what they are trying to achieve, and make sure that they are not only presenting an amazing first impression but are converting potential clients into paying customers.
I offer great service and a unique approach to developing projects. I'm with my clients through the entire design journey from start to finish until they are fully satisfied, no matter what.
I have worked with clients in an array of industries ranging from preschools to software engineers and everything in between. I am always excited to work on a project in a new industry with its own unique challenges.
Language - Esperanto
to create, to make, to act, to build, to execute, or to achieve
We exist to put your ideas into action and bring your vision to life. We are doers. We make things happen. And we are thrilled to help your brand achieve its full potential.
Our name embodies this mission. A singular word that encompasses success built through creativity.
Why Esperanto? Because inclusivity is at our core. Centering our own brand around a universal second language carrying messages of world peace and greater understanding among cultures, only made sense.