is a design researcher specializing in Hebrew typography. She excels at simplifying large amounts of data and building visual narratives. For the past decade, she has split her time between Israel and Germany working with clients in the higher education and youth exchange sectors. Nitzan is currently pursuing a PhD at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem and aims to promote discourse on Hebrew type design and typography. She co-founded the Tel Aviv Salon for Artistic Research and served as a jury member for Hebrew script at the 12th GRANSHAN Type Design Competition. Nitzan is a certified group facilitator from the Open University of Israel and holds an MA (magna cum laude) in contemporary German studies from the Hebrew University of Jerusalem. She earned a Diplom (FH) in Integrated Design from the Köln International School of Design.