Kate Chanba is a designer and cartographer based in New York City. Working with cities large and small, Kate merges iconic design with narrative wayfinding. She creates graphics that enrich the experience of moving about a city and offer a sense of place.
Kate has designed maps, interactive tools, and graphics for several cities including the The City of Key West, Portland, Arlington County, New York, Asheville, Chicago, Nashville, and Minneapolis. She offers a design workshop at Pratt’s Spatial Analysis and Visualization Institute and co-illustrated Gabe Klein’s book, Start-Up City.
To view more of Kate’s work, please visit kchanba.com.