Rigsby Hull president and creative director Lana Rigsby has been honored internationally for intelligent design and restrained, elegant expression for nearly forty years. An outspoken thinker and practitioner in the field of communications, Lana has authored publications, chaired conferences, lectured at universities and institutions throughout the US, and curated US and international design forums. She served as National Director for the American Institute of Graphic Arts and is a founding member of the AIGA’s Texas Chapter. Rigsby Hull’s work is part of the Cooper-Hewitt National Design Museum’s permanent collection, the Denver Art Museum, the Rare Book & Manuscript Library at Columbia University, and has been published extensively and included in NYTime’s critic Steven Heller's Timeline: A Century of Design Milestones. In its 50th Anniversary issue, Communication Arts cites Rigsby Hull as among the most influential American design firms of the past half century.