Liza Stark is a designer, artist, and educator working at the intersection of learning, making, and play. She likes to combine electronics with paper, textiles, and more through traditional craft processes and soldering irons. Her work focuses on designing access points that empower people to separate black boxes from technology for their own creative devices.
Her work has been featured in Maker Faire, Open Hardware Summit, CIANT, ACM Conference on Tangible, Embedded, and Embodied Interfaces Conference, and more. She teaches in the MFA Design and Technology program at Parsons The New School for Design and constructs all sorts of fun systems as a Game Designer at the Institute of Play.