MARNEY MORRIS founded Animatrix, the first interactive design company. Animatrix has shipped over 300 projects. In the early years, these included product launches for most of the PC industry, including Adobe Illustrator, Macromedia Director, Microsoft Excel, and Word, Hewlett Packard's first printers, and the Apple Macintosh (over 40 projects including the first Guided Tour). She shares the patent for the onscreen TV Guide. In the last decade, Animatrix has focused on building corporate internets and internal projects designed to deliver efficient value to users.
In 1997 Morris launched Sprocketworks, a reality-based, interactive learning experience. Topics include music, space, flight, and chemistry.
In 2000, Morris was named one of the Top 25 Women on the Web. She teaches interaction design in the Engineering department at Stanford University.