Laura Lin
Visual Designer

I'm a freelance visual designer living in the beautiful city of Vancouver. My primary motivation is to create meaningful designs that impact lives. 
I've been designing since I was twelve, in the days of homestead and angelfire web hosting. I graduated with a degree in studio art in 2010 and quickly transitioned to working as a photo intern at Greenpeace. 
Inspired by the socially-minded creative work at Greenpeace, I took on the position of a graphic designer at an international development firm where I was able to use design to solve complex communication problems and enable effective development efforts. During that time, I worked on a project for USAID that won the 2012 AIGA  Justified Design Competition.
In the summer of 2012, I further pursued the field of social design through Impact! Design for Social Change at the School of Visual Arts in NYC. I learned valuable tools and experiences to better equip me as a socially-minded designer. Since then, I've had the privilege of working at an award winning design firm in Washington, DC, which gave me the opportunity to work with a diverse range of clients and strong team of talents. 
I'm currently working as a freelance visual designer in Vancouver. I'm often on the lookout for exciting opportunities to grow in my discipline and share my experiences.

Interested in working together? Then let's talk!

What I Do:
Brand Strategy
Brand refresh
Logo design
Brand style guide

Creative direction
Interactive Design
Responsive website design
Wireframing / User interface (UI) design
User experience (UX) design
Mailchimp email templates 
Online annual report design

Product Design
App design
Data Visualization
Print Design
Annual reports 
Guides & brochures
Event & invitations
Business cards
Editorial illustration
Booth banners
Graphic Design
Awards & Recognition:

GDUSA American Inhouse Design Awards 2013 Winner
AIGA Justified Design Competition 2012 Winner
GDUSA American Inhouse Design Awards 2012 Winner
GDUSA American Web Design Awards 2012 Winner


"Make the world .000001% more beautiful with everything you do." 

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