Lorraine Donegan

About

Lorraine Donegan is a Professor in the Graphic Communication Department at California Polytechnic State University in San Luis Obispo, California. She is the coordinator for the Design Reproduction Technology concentration within the Graphic Communication department. One specific goal of Ms. Donegan's teaching is to link design with technology, preparing students to understand the language and role of the graphic designer, the print provider and the final product. Her teaching and research specialties include typography and design technology of books and magazines. She also teaches web design and production, you can visit the student sites here. Lorraine has worked in the field of graphic design and production since 1990, when she owned her first Macintosh Classic. She has spoken at conferences in San Francisco, Seattle, Portland, Chicago and New York City on the issues of design and production. In 2006 she was honored with the Electronic Document Systems Foundation (EDSF) Educator of the Year award for her contributions to educational efforts in the advancement of printing, document management and communications. She was honored at Print '05 in Chicago with the Silver Award for Digital Books and Manuals in the Printing Innovation with Xerox Imaging Awards on behalf of her students for their work in designing and producing 4-forty Magazine: A Compilation of Student Work. When Lorraine is not teaching, she enjoys her spending time with her husband and two daughters. She loves to shop, entertain and cook. She also has a passion for classic type, beautiful books and letterpress printing.

Lorraine Donegan

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