Jenny LaNicca has nearly two decades of experience designing corporate identity systems, websites, printed communications and motion graphics.
Jenny earned a BFA in graphic design and a minor in political science from Miami University in Oxford Ohio. While at Miami, she participated in advertising campaigns for Xerox and 3M, and was a part of the university design firm, Heistand Design.
Jenny began her career at Suka & Friends, a design firm in New York City, where she was able to learn all aspects of print production, including preparing files for print, going on press and presenting for clients such as YMCA and New York Law School.
In early 2000, she began designing infographics at CNNfn.com, and soon after moved to London to work as Senior Designer for CNN.com Europe. Both in New York and in London, Jenny worked with a truly international team and realized how graphic language, especially when communicating to a worldwide audience, was a key part of telling a story. By the end of Jenny’s time at CNN, her territory had grown to include the Middle East and Africa.
Jenny relocated to Los Angeles in late 2001 and designed print and web-based marketing campaigns for NetZero and Juno. She also helped launch SmallPlanet, one of the first mobile social networking ‘apps’ and freelanced for a variety of clients including Sony Music, Dailey Advertising and Sapient. Jenny also worked on several film projects designing titles and animated sequences for Downwinders, Invitation to a Suicide, Neil and the Nun, among others.
In February 2005, the Chinese year of the rooster, Jenny formed Delicious Design and has been creating identities, websites, and experiences for large and small companies ever since. Jenny is an AIGA award-winning designer and contributed to The Designer’s Guide to Business and Careers, by noted designer Peg Faimon.
Jenny is currently based in Los Angeles and Pioneertown, California. More about these film locations >
When not designing, Jenny enjoys live music, drawing fruit, cooking, and being in the desert with her dogs.
Adobe is Not Software
The American Institute of Architects
Center for Land Use Interpretation
Clive Wilkinson Architects
Dailey & Associates
George P. Johnson
Loescher Meachem Architects
National Gym Supply
Russell Communications Group
Saatchi & Saatchi
Warner Independent Pictures
University of California, Los Angeles