On this episode, Margo chats with Nicole LaRue, a graphic designer and illustrator whose own adventures have taken her across the world from California to South Korea to Japan and more. Now residing in Salt Lake City UT, she spends her days as the Art Director, Designer & Illustrator for Gibbs Smith Publisher & Spumoni Studio.
Nicole and Margo discuss:
Nicole’s graphic design journey
The trickiness of managing business and creativity
Creating the Women’s March on Washington logo and how the opportunity found her
The trickle effect of opportunity that arose after creating the logo
How understanding human design has helped her as a freelance designer
The importance of learning our own creative processes
Some of her clients include: The Women’s March on Washington, Chronicle Books, Abrams
Books, Gibbs Smith Publisher, Oxford University Press, Compendium, Inc., Madison Park
Greetings, Johnson & Johnson, Spumoni, Chatbooks, Tiny Prints, DC Shoes, American Eagle & more.
Ways to Connect with Nicole:
3 People Who Inspire Nicole: