Diana is a conceptual designer with a genuine drive to create quality work for DigitalCreat and clients alike. She uses her artistic abilities to communicate ideas and solve problems.
Diana creates visual concepts by hand or by computer to help others interpret the world around them through color, texture, images, and symbols. Prior to joining Team DigitalCreat, she designed textbooks for homeschooled children and taught Photoshop in Rome, Italy. Some of her work includes a collaboration with graphic designer Paula Scher’s Philadelphia Explained large-scale installation and a permanent installment judged by the Feminist Majority Leadership Alliance.
A graduate of Temple University’s Tyler School of Art, Diana earned a BFA in graphic and interactive design. Outside of the office, she loves to spend time with her pets, dogs Thor and Wendall, as well as her Tortoise Neville. In her free time, she enjoys drawing and playing the game Sims.