Lindsay Kinkade

Lindsay Kinkade

Lindsay Kinkade is an experimental urbanist, culture & design strategist, community-based leader, facilitator, designer, public artist, and teacher. She is the Founder and the leader of Design RePublic, a firm that works locally and nationally to build design strategies and tools for inspired and productive public dialogue on the future of cities.

In Phoenix, Lindsay is focused in particular on creative placemaking and transportation in Downtown Phoenix. She employs Design RePublic’s pop-up shop and Mobile Studio frameworks to engage broad public audiences, emerging leaders, and established stakeholders. Her work with Downtown Phoenix Inc., Roosevelt Row, the Phoenix Center for the Arts, Emerging Arts Leaders Phoenix, AIGA Arizona, Artlink, Phoenix Urban Design Week, and ASU’s Global Institute of Sustainability demonstrate her visioning, strategy, visualization, content development, tool-making, and facilitation skills for city-building. Nationally she has worked with the American Institute of Architects, CEOs for Cities, GoBoston2030, and Alabama Engine to support collaborative work on city culture and transportation futures.

She has worked on teams building new models for corporate collaboration in research & development as a Senior Designer with Epic Decade. The Epic Decade is convening and facilitating corporate collaborations between partners in many sectors of the economy–from technology to food companies to finance giants to startups. Together, Epic Decade partners are working on problems so big that no one organization or sector can conquer them alone.

Lindsay has been an adjunct faculty member at the Rhode Island School of Design where she worked with the Office of Government Relations to start Making It Understandable, a public policy+design course. She is currently teaching graduate graphic design studio courses in The Design School at Arizona State University.

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