Yee-Ping Cho Design is a multi-disciplinary studio creating a variety of thoughtful visual solutions for diverse clients large and small. Our expertise is storytelling and concept-driven design and business-centric, strategically sound ideas where art and commerce intersect and thrive. Located in Culver City, California, and available for project work, consultation, freelance and the occasional photographic venture.
Our goal is to work with good people doing good work. So far, so good!
Partial client listing
We are proud to have worked with — and for — some of the best design firms in Los Angeles:
Respectfully and in full disclosure, some of the clients and the work shown on this site reflect those relationships and collaborations.
Yee-Ping Cho is an award winning designer with proven experience in creative direction, art direction and design in the areas of corporate communication and branding.
In addition to his duties as principal and founder of Yee-Ping Cho Design, he has been an adjunct instructor of design at The Art Center College of Design and partnered with other design firms in the Los Angeles area including TypeEd where he teaches the occasional class on production for designers. He has worked as a designer with Jim Cross at Cross Associates and as a senior designer, vice president and associate design director with Gary Baker at Baker Brand in Santa Monica. From 2007 through 2013, Yee-Ping was a senior graphic designer with the in-house retirement plans communications group at American Funds, producing industry-leading business-to-business marketing materials for this financial powerhouse.
He's comfortable wearing many hats and enjoys sharing his sandbox with others. A native of New York, he now lives in Los Angeles with his wife, Angelica, and his daughter, Nyla Pearl (and their fish, Fishy).
Yee-Ping's work has been recognized and published in The One Show, Communication Arts, Print, AIGA, The Type Director’s Club, AR100, The NY Art Director’s Club, Graphis and Photo District News, among others. His work can be found in the permanent collection in the United States Library of Congress and his photos have appeared in the Wall Street Journal and The Graphic Eye, published by Chronicle.