My name is Kiko Taganashi and I have been making things that work for many years. I've worked for start-ups and for well-established companies. I am an innovative, creative graphic artist and web developer with excellent cooperative skills. I am experienced in the fields of advertising, prepress, motion graphics, web design and development, as well as information architecture.
Adobe, Genentech, Élan, Exelixis, Corgentech, Gladstone, Abgenix, SSW Communications, American Institute of Architects San Francisco (AIASF), Alexander Ogilvy, California State Automobile Association (AAA), Charles R. Schwab Communications, City College of San Francisco, Veuve Clicquot, Fine Arts Museums of San Francisco, LeapFrog Enterprises, Inc., Luna Park, SF, MacPeople, Netcentives, TheTech Museum of San Jose, Traditional Medicinals, Van Der Ryn Architects, Playboy, Real Skateboards, Stereo Manufacturing, Spitfire Wheels, Thunder Trucks, Lucky Bearings, Anti-hero, Corazón, Forties clothing, Deluxe Distribution, Soap Shoes, Acme Skateboards, 5150 Snowboards, Jericho Bicycles, Kentauros Bicycles, Junkieswear, Glenn Danzig, DC Comics, Extreme Studios and Image Comics
Medwave Software Solutions, Inc., April 2013–Present
Freelance Web Developer and more, January 2001–Present
Freelance Illustrator/Graphic Designer, January 1995–Present
Dennig Marketing Group, June 2009–2017
WAM Marketing Group, March 2002–2013
Senior Designer/Art Director/Web Programmer, Mediatrope LLC, S.F., CA, 1997–2001
Ad Designer/Production Artist, Deluxe Distribution, San Francisco, CA, 1995–1997
Layout Design/Color Separation Artist, Extreme Studios, Anaheim, CA, 1993–1995
Color Separation Artist, Olyoptics, Point Arena, CA, 1988–1993
If you have a project where you could use my skills, please feel free to send me a message and I'll get back to you shortly.
Whether it's an illustration for a print job, a user interface implemented for a clean interactive experience, or an animation to get your idea across to others, I'm always up for up for a challenge.