About Us


We take complex information and synthesize it into beautiful and accessible graphics. We believe that communicating visually is the best way to engage and inform a broad audience. Our process is collaborative, and we immerse ourselves in our clients’ work to bring their ideas to life.



We both started our careers as graphic designers in the education field: Emily as an exhibits graphic designer and Malorie as a curriculum graphic designer. We met at the New England School of Art and Design where we both completed our Master of Arts in Graphic Design degrees. Our creative collaboration continued when Malorie joined Emily at the Museum of Science, Boston. There we worked together designing blockbuster exhibits including The Science Behind Pixar, The Yawkey Gallery on the Charles River, and The Hall of Human Life.

We learned that our strengths were not only in making stylistically appealing graphics, but also in using design to transform complex information into compelling visuals that make content more understandable. In 2018, we founded Colorbox Industries to bring our unique approach to more organizations.

Any competent designer can make an attractive, readable display. But what they do is not simply graphics; it’s information architecture.
— Bill Rogers, US Naval Academy Museum
I’ve achieved clear communications that people actually want to read though the design work provided by Colorbox. They listen and always put the customer first without sacrificing any creativity or ingenuity.
— Heather Amsden, Amsden Consulting

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