Anna Wissler

Former Senior Graphic Designer
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Anna is a Boston-based graphic designer and hand lettering artist who leads the visual identity of The Everymom. With broad experience ranging from PR to podcasting, she helps brands show up with creativity and authenticity. She loves running, practicing yoga, and learning photography.  
  • Location: Boston, MA
  • Education: Lafayette College
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Anna’s top priority is making sure that The Everymom’s visual identity feels as familiar and recognizable as an old friend. She’s committed to building consistent but flexible brand systems, which is a lot like curating the perfect wardrobe: allowing you to dress up or down to fit the occasion without compromising your signature style.


Anna sees design as an essential ingredient of great storytelling. That’s because her professional experience has spanned media relations, social media, event planning, and podcasting—honing her ability to conceptualize visual design that complements multimedia experiences.

Anna got her start at a global architecture and design firm Perkins&Will, where she led local communications and collaborated on strategic global initiatives like Inhabit, the company’s debut podcast. She has built brand identities for start-ups and small businesses, and her superpower is finding simple solutions to complex problems. Anna graduated summa cum laude from Lafayette College.

Fun Stuff

As a former Division I college athlete, Anna uses exercise to clear her mind and restore her creative energy—so when she’s not at her desk, you can probably find her running through the city to train for her next big race. Anna also loves to experiment with film photography and explore Boston’s local coffee scene.

About The Everymom

She’s the seasoned mom, the new mom, the expecting mom. She’s trying to become a mom. Fierce, smart, always multi-tasking

She is passionate about life, her family, and her own self-care. She wants to learn new things and seeks advice on everything from vacation planning to sleep training to prioritizing time for herself. She’s the working mom, the stay-at-home mom.

She needs a bit of guidance, she wants to be inspired.

She is The Everymom. This is for her.