Matt: Creative Director / Designer

Creative Director / Designer
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Matt, a New Jersey native, and Towson University graduate, is the creative director and founder of Stimuli Designs that he started over fifteen years ago. He leads the creative team with responsibilities in brand strategy and identity, art direction, and client presentations.

His unique combination of design expertise with back-end development skills allow him to bridge the gap between users and developers by applying industry best practices producing compelling front-end design and unique, effective interactivity and functionality. Matt has produced award-winning work for businesses and institutions including the Baltimore Museum of Industry, Booz Allen Hamilton, Maryland Science Center, Naval Air Systems Command (NAVAIR), Robert Mondavi Winery, Surfrider Foundation and Towson University.

  • American Institute of Graphic Arts (AIGA)
  • Cooper-Hewitt, National Design Museum (Smithsonian Institution) National Design Council
  • Interaction Design Association (IXDA)
  • National Association of PhotoShop Professionals (NAPP)
  • UX Professionals

Marcella: Editor / Writer

Editor / Writer
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Marcella, the latest addition to the Stimuli Designs team, is a communications professional with more than a decade of work experience and a degree in mass communication, who specializes in editing, writing, marketing, media relations and managing web content in a deadline-driven environment.


For some, a logo and website is just a piece of the puzzle. For us, it is our definition. The professional look that we provide to our future business partners has been in your hands and Stimuli Designs has done a masterful job in getting us ready.
— Integrated Program Solutions

stim·u·li [ something causing activity or response ]

Everything we create is designed to cause a response. Design is a persuasive force in contemporary society. As culture becomes more visually oriented, design increasingly plays a personal, as well as a commercial role. Whether advertising to get someone off their couch to buy something or to evoke an emotion — a response is created.


People want their voice, their message to be heard. Graphical communication is a visual language that enables their message to transcend language barriers.


For more information about Stimuli Designs or if you have a project in mind that might be a good fit for us, please contact us.