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Meet Bethany

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Bethany Mennecke is a Minnesota-based graphic designer who has experience designing publication layouts, branding, logos, presentation layouts, marketing materials, instructional labels, and more. She leads a team of graphic designers as Art Director of arts and literature publication NOTA, and she also designs the print publication Barstow and Grand. She recently interned at National Presto Industries, though she has also worked as a graphic designer for UW-Eau Claire's Housing and Residence Life, Eau Claire Jazz Inc., and W.D. McIntyre Library. She graduates from the University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire in May 2024 with a degree in graphic design and a certificate in American Sign Language (ASL).

In her spare time, she enjoys designing stickers, art prints, notepads, and buttons, as well as creating intricate clay earrings for her Etsy shop, The Cuttlefish Corner—which she runs with her sister (and her cat, Cuttlefish). She also enjoy hands-on activities such as painting, card making, and fine-needle crafting. Bethany has extensive experience with the Adobe Creative Suite—most notably Illustrator, InDesign, Photoshop, and After Effects—as well as Procreate and other design software, though she loves to learn new platforms. Her colleagues describe her as energetic, enthusiastic, positive, flexible, and friendly.

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