LLB Designs owner and designer Laura Lee Box Daigle focuses on getting the message across visually, combining strategic communication with excellent design to create attractive and effective marketing collateral. She specializes in business identities and branding, print and web design, and corporate collateral.
Laura Lee’s background includes design and marketing positions with Ernst & Young, McKesson, Wells Fargo Advantage Funds, and National Instruments. In 2002 she began freelancing on the side under the name LLB Designs, and in 2010 she became a full-time freelancer. Clients include Devon Energy, The San Francisco 49ers Foundation, Dropcam, 15Five, Continental Resources, Pro-Care Medical Center, and Cubes & Crayons. In 2011 she launched the LLB Designs Doing our Part program, offering pro-bono or reduced rate services for charitable and nonprofit organizations. These have included Allowance for Good, Mountain View Police Activities League, The San Francisco 49ers, The Miracle Foundation, and Hands On Atlanta.
Laura Lee is active in the Austin community, where she volunteers with several impactful organizations including The Junior League of Austin, Arc of the Capital Area, The Women’s Symphony League and Meals on Wheels. She is The Junior League of Austin’s 2018-2019 Diversity & Inclustion co-chair, and has previously served as the VP of Communications, the PR/Marketing chair and editor of Capitalines Magazine. Laura Lee is also on the First United Methodist Preschool Board of Directors, in the Women’s Symphony League, and volunteers weekly with Meals on Wheels of Central Texas.
She loves eating out, reading, and admiring people’s pets. She is also especially skilled at coercing others into doing the cooking and driving. Laura Lee grew up in Dallas, TX and then attended the University of Texas at Austin, where she received a B.S. in Advertising. She lives in Austin with her husband Clay, their sons Henry, John Clayton and Ned and their beagles Maggie and Ellen.