Lisa Zych is an award-winning graphic designer and illustrator based in Toronto, Canada. She specializes in creating and managing visual solutions that are engaging, results-driven, and fun.

I love working with brands and businesses, big and small. Some of my current and past clients include Tarragon Theatre, Algenist, Indigo Books & Music, the Gladstone Hotel, the Design Exchange (Canada’s Design Museum), and the Association of Registered Graphic Designers of Ontario. I've worked on projects involving identity design, web design§, illustration, package design, advertising, exhibition design, wayfinding… you name it, I’ve probably had my hand (or mouse) in it.

Testimonials and Recommendations

Lisa is a tremendously talented, award-winning creative artist! Lisa doesn’t just create something that looks great, but she also makes sure that it reflects the values of your brand or organization. Apart from her obvious creative talents, Lisa remains a consummate professional, with skills that include project management, print planning and coordination, creative writing and editing. Lisa displays grace under pressure, and is able to deliver projects on time, even when working with tight deadlines. I would never hesitate to recommend Lisa for anything!

— Kim Haladay, Principal, Kim Haladay Consulting

I had the pleasure of working with Lisa when I hired her to design and print the paper products for my wedding. From our first meeting it was clear that she takes the time to really listen to, and understand, her clients’ needs. She is an extremely talented designer who was not satisfied with simply creating a ‘nice’ product, but who worked enthusiastically to create original products that were integral to the look and feel of our event. She executed a design vision that we never would have been able to articulate without her knowledge and skill. Everything was delivered on time and on budget. I would highly recommend hiring Lisa for freelance projects.

— Sarah Whymark, Client

Being the in-house designer for an organization of designers would be difficult at the best of times. Now imagine taking it on as your first job out of design school. Tough. But Lisa handled it with maturity, talent and enthusiasm. She was an integral, valued member of the RGD team from her first day to her last, and it still astonishes me that someone just starting out in the professional world would be so adept at handling a job that required so much multi-tasking, short turn-around times, project management and any number of skills so beyond what you learn in college. Lisa handled it all like the pro she is. All of us at RGD were sorry to see her go and look forward to witnessing her inevitable success in all of her future endeavours!

— Hilary Ashworth, Executive Director, RGD Ontario

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