Alix Andal is a Sioux Falls, South Dakota based freelance graphic designer and front-end developer with a unique love for print and pixels. In 2016 she completed the Master of Fine Arts program at the University of South Dakota where she conjunctly instructed digital design and typography. She is presently a Lecturer for the University of South Dakota’s Fine Arts Department where she has taught undergraduate classes in Graphics Design, Web Design, Professional Development, Art History and more.

As a freelance designer, Alix loves to help new and established businesses to successfully build and execute their branding. She has interned in the fields of marketing and advertising, software development, and non-profit art advocacy. Her passion for Art, Design, and Community can be seen through her involvement in AIGA South Dakota Chapter and Sioux Falls Design Week.

In research, Alix Andal finds pleasure in communicating complex information and abstract ideas through a variety of visual story telling methods. Thematically, her work explores social-economic issues and education within the scope of generational studies. Her current research explores using pictograms as aid for patients and providers when communicating health information during the treatment of an ongoing condition.