Designing is an acquired talent. Not everyone is born with the mentality of a Milton Glaser or a Paul Rand. Diane Le knows that designing is not her forte, which is what brings her to Marquette.
“By going to this camp, I'm hoping to be able to get a nice foothold on designing and some connections to help me throughout this school year's production of yearbooks and magazines,” Le said.
Settled in central Wisconsin, Le is a member of the yearbook at North Boone High School.
“I definitely came here to explore the world of yearbook design to find potential new ideas and angles to approach for this upcoming year. I'm really excited to see other ideas that students from other schools have come up with to expand my knowledge of themes or design techniques. As I work with more experienced people [at Kempa], I hope that the idea of designing will become less of a stress,” Le said.
She lived 12 years in a ski-town in Wisconsin, though she only skied twice in her time there. “My favorite part was definitely the ski-lift.”
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