Amy EspinosaMarketing Associate

Amy is an enthusiastic partner on some of TUG’s internal initiatives where she creates content aligned with marketing strategy. She firmly believes information architecture can make the world a clearer (and better) place for everyone and dedicates much of her time to bring awareness to the practice.

Around 2013, Amy discovered parallels between the structure of digital and physical places which has shifted her focus towards projects applied to urban environments. Her recent work has enabled her to apply information architecture to cultural heritage tourism and historic preservation, transportation planning as well as urban agriculture.

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