By Alice Lee

hello@alice-lee.com

Hi, I’m Alice! I am an independent SF-based illustrator & designer who loves drawing and telling clever stories. Previously, I joined Dropbox as the second illustrator on the team, where I designed for the Dropbox for Business product and helped shape the Carousel, Mailbox, and core Dropbox brands.

My two current areas of focus are working on (1) brand and (2) editorial projects, though I am open to other illustration-focused inquiries! As I have a product design, arts, and front-end background, I love to play in the intersection of digital (web, mobile) & physical (packaging, installations), especially projects that span different or unique mediums.

In a previous chapter, I was a business student at the Wharton School/UPenn studying management and operations, destined to be a banker or consultant. Making the jump from business school to tech + art has been both an extremely humbling and amazing experience as a human being. Don’t sell your youth!

Want to get in touch? Let’s get tea (or anything chocolate, I love that too)!


Drawn for

· Google

· The New York Times

· Sequoia Capital

· Pinterest

· Postmates

· Slack

· Wealthfront

· Macy’s

· Tonko House

· Salesforce

· Venmo

· Dropbox ⚘

· Microsoft ⚘

· Foursquare ⚘

⚘ work done while employed at

Speaking

· Creative Mornings SF — Playing with Type, II

· Adobe, Typekit — Playing with Type, I

· AIGA SF — Job Seeking for Designers

· Github Passion Projects — Speaking Workshop (mentor)

· Hike Conference (The Secret Handshake)

· Dropbox — Origins, Women in Design series (co-organized with Allison House and Laura Brunow Miner, respectively)

Press & Recognition

· Net Magazine — Young Designer of the Year, 2015

· Design Details Podcast #62 - Pencil Mileage

· TechCrunch Inside Jobs Feature (video)

· Penn Parents Magazine Alumni Spotlight

· Refinery 29 — 30 under 30 SF

· Glamour Magazine — Top 10 College Women

· Offscreen Magazine

· L'Oreal Paris (video)

· Smashing Magazine

· Under Consideration

· The Atlantic

· Mashable