Michelle Moehler is a visual communication consultant, designer and educator in Cleveland, Ohio. Her expertise includes concept development and strategic implementation of brands and marketing campaigns; design and production for books, annual reports, magazines and educational publications; design for special events and environments; as well as typographic solutions for film and corporate video.

clients and collaborations
Moehler spent fourteen years with the internationally-recognized design firm, Nesnadny + Schwartz. As a Senior Design Director at N+S, she designed award-winning publications for Progressive, Hearst Corporation, SMART Papers, Vassar College and the Cleveland Institute of Art, plus a number of non-profits including The George Gund Foundation, Cleveland Zoological Society, Cleveland Museum of Art, MOCA Cleveland, Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and Museum and the International Spy Museum.

Since venturing out on her own in 2006, Moehler has continued to collaborate with Nesnadny + Schwartz, Walter Greene+Co, TELOS productions, Swagelok Company and Tucker Ellis LLP.

awards and recognition
Moehler’s work has earned dozens of industry accolades, including recognition from the American Advertising Federation ADDY Awards, the American Institute of Graphic Arts (AIGA), New York Art Director’s Club, Type Directors Club, University & College Designers Association (UCDA), Mead Fine Paper’s Annual Report Show, Mead Top SixtyInternational ARC Awards and Women in Communications. Her work has appeared in the “Good Design Exhibition” at The Chicago Athenaeum: Museum of Architecture and Design, as well as in numerous design annuals and publications including AIGA’s 365, Black Book’s AR 100, Communication Arts, Graphis, ID, Critique, Creativity, Step-by-Step Graphics, How, Graphic Design USA, and Canada’s Applied Arts and Studio magazines. She was also featured in the premiere issue of Print magazine’s “New Visual Artist Annual.”

In 1992, Moehler received a B.F.A. in graphic design from Kent State University, where she has also served as an adjunct professor in the Visual Communication Design department, having taught courses in typography, graphic design fundamentals and concept development.