As president and creative director for Rigsby Hull, Lana Rigsby has been honored internationally for design that pairs verbal intelligence with restrained, elegant expression. Her multi-disciplinary firm is known for its literate approach to communications design, branding, and design for built environments. Rigsby Hull’s work has been published extensively and is part of the Cooper-Hewitt National Design Museum’s permanent collection, the Rare Book and Manuscript Library at Columbia University, the Denver Art Museum, and is included in Steven Heller/NY Times’ book Timeline: A Century of Design Milestones. In its 50th Anniversary issue, Communication Arts cites Rigsby Hull as one of the most influential American design firms of the past half century.
An outspoken thinker and practitioner in the field of communications, Lana has authored publications, chaired conferences, and lectured for universities and institutions throughout the country. She has served as a judge for many international design competitions and exhibitions, is a founding member of the AIGA’ Texas Chapter and has served as National Director for the American Institute of Graphic Arts.