Zambrine Saeed is a graphic designer passionate about inclusive design. Zambrine began her journey with Myseum of Toronto as a Graphic Design Intern while attending George Brown College for her advanced diploma in Graphic Design and has now returned as a Marketing Coordinator and Junior Graphic Designer.
In the past, not only has she exercised her creative spirit through her work and her personal passion projects, she believes in using design to make a positive impact. Her current work at Myseum focuses mainly on purposeful and inclusive design to accurately represent the diverse communities in Toronto.
Her recent project at Denmark’s design charrette at KEA University included a revamp of a previous cultural landmark while addressing issues of accessibility and poverty. When she’s not catching up on work emails, you can find her exploring for GTA’s views and eats.
MuseumNext Digital Marketing Summit
Tuesday, 23rd November 2021
Good Things / Small Packages: TikTok and the rise of short-form video
Nowadays, most attention spans are like snowflakes; unique, beautiful….and small. With this realization, we at Myseum of Toronto have developed a strategy to create short form content from longer form programs and stories. Using TikTok as a main example, we’ll share our learnings, successes, and show you how making shorter form content is way easier than the #milkcratechallenge.
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