Jeff Fassnacht is the founder of South Bend Design. He is a brand identity and user interface expert with deep knowledge in technical production having designed and prototyped interfaces for Apple, Microsoft and eBay. Jeff’s work has been recognized in numerous publications including Wired, the New York Times, the Wall Street Journal and Print Magazine. He believes the power of design and technology can connect people to ideas that matter. With this in mind, Jeff started South Bend Design to bring his experience and passion to health, education, design and non-profit industries.
Dan Jaworsky is a web developer who believes in the power of simplicity and knows how much work goes into achieving it. He’s worked with national non-profits, internationally touring music groups, and award-winning architectural firms. He likes to work with people and organizations that are following their passions; contributing to making the world better in the unique and small ways that they can. He’s a lifelong student of technology and is constantly developing new tools and skills to make complicated things seem as simple as possible.
Before moving to San Francisco, Anna Andefors worked as an engineer and project manager for Arkitema Architects in Stockholm, Sweden. She led project management of an intensive care unit renovation–from the ground up–at a regional hospital outside Stockholm. Anna also sits on the board of a local non-profit organization where she oversees their communications. She has a degree from Mälardalen University in Västerås and KTH Royal Institute of Technology in Stockholm. Anna likes to spend free time with her family, and baking traditional Swedish fika pastries.