Aronson believes design is part of her work: photography, teaching, wayfinding, information architecture, and city planning.
She has developed a special interest in typography as way of making design informative and clear, not to mention its superb ability to express ideas and organize a page, whether paper or digital, into a coherent form.
Fortuitously, while studying for a masters degree in City Planning, she discovered graphic design. While auditing courses with Chris Pullman, who later became the VP for design at WGBH, she realized design was her true calling. So armed with her city planning and design degrees, which included photography, she combined all these interests in her work. Invariably, one area of interest will dominate a project, but all of her interests are very much part of her life and work.