Malika Soin is a visual communicator based in Toronto, Canada. She has a masters in design from York University, Toronto and an undergraduate in graphic design from National Institute of Design, Ahmedabad. She currently splits her time between working for Biography Design, a design studio based in Toronto and working on personal projects.
She is passionate about exploring story-telling through branding and information design. Her interests also lie in investigating everyday culture. How culture has the power to influence design and how design can have an influence on culture.
She discovered her love for academia during her masters. This resulted in her presenting a paper at the annual Design History Conference in 2013 titled, “The Wall Project: Discovering Visual Identity through Design Activism.” She also taught a semester of a first year undergraduate design studio course called Visual Language, offered by York University and Sheridan Institute Honours Bachelor of Design Program.