Born and raised in Bialystok, Poland, Martin's creative flair and attention to detail enabled him to build a foundation in New York City as a senior graphic designer, overseeing projects for such clients as H|X Magazine, Paper Magazine, FlyerNYC Magazine, TommyBoy Records and countless clubs and restaurant establishments.
Martin's eventual journey into interactive design landed him the position of Creative Director for Impact Media Labs, Inc., in Phoenix, AZ.
Once his ogien was ignited in Phoenix, Martin gravitated towards Rhino Internet Solutions, and as a senior designer he directly contributed to successful projects for Smith & Wesson, M One, Inc., Strategic Advantage, Snell & Wilmer, Phoenix Greyhound Park, and Casino Del Sol.
Martin's work on Smith & Wesson was recognized in 2003 when he received the Merit Award from the AIGA (American Institute of Graphic Artists) as well as the prestigious Prisma Awards.
Martin's personal portfolio site Reflux Design has received countless interactive awards and brought Martin personal acclaim and recognition in a tough and broad interactive design field.
As partner and lead creative for Lunchbox Collective, Martin oversees the visual design and online branding for the client projects to ensure that the sites elicits the intended emotional response.
Martin is responsible for the design and development of the new HS-News.com website!
Blog Entries by Martin Kulakowski
States are seeing improvements in health care quality, but disparities for their minority and low-income residents persist, according to the 2010 State Snapshots, released today by the Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality. continue reading »
General Counsel Charlie Rose, along with other senior Department officials, including Deputy Assistant Secretary for the Office of Elementary and Secondary Education Carl Harris, and Deputy Chief of Staff Eric Waldo, are visiting Puerto Rico this week as part of the U.S. Department of Education’s ongoing monitoring and compliance of the Puerto Rico Department of Education (PRDE) and their use of education dollars. continue reading »