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We Can’t Illustrate Enough How Awesome Lindsay Is!
September 10, 2012 | Posted By: Amy DiFrancesco
Category: The Integrity Team
Joining the Integrity team as a web engineer is Lindsay Hornsby, an avid artist, reader and gamer. She began learning web development and design in the seventh grade through the Internet and books. Years later, she’s here designing some Internet herself!
Lindsay has both a BFA and MFA from the Savannah College of Art and Design. She studied Sequential Art at both degree levels, which is a form of graphic storytelling. Think comics, illustration, storyboards and children’s books. In addition to working on the web, Lindsay draws a weekly web comic called Fizzlebit and is part of an all-ages comic book collaboration called The Swimmin’ Mole.
Before joining Integrity, Lindsay worked at a local newspaper in her hometown of Paducah, Kentucky, handling the online subscription website and the special publication and weekly newspaper sites. She also previously worked as a front-end developer and designer for a web design firm also based in Paducah.
Welcome aboard, Lindsay! We’re excited to see what new web developments you’ll draw up!
Written by Amy DiFrancesco
Amy has a strong love of vocabulary, punctuation and all things digital. She graduated from Mizzou with a degree in Convergence Journalism, specializing in Print Editing, and has minors in both English and French. She parlayed these studies into marketing, where she's been utilizing her words through new and social media, online content creation and the process of web strategy development for a wide range of industries. Amy hails from the shores of Erie and believes her Cleveland sports fandom helps build patience and strong moral character.