Linda Dodge, Creative Services



Office: War Memorial

Linda has always worked in design, aside from that short stint as a grocery store cashier when she was 17. And even then she knew the store’s logo needed updating.

She locked down that career path pretty fast, so she’s either extraordinarily talented and knows what she wants or she just picked the second thing that came along and ran with it.

We’re banking on the former, considering she can’t help pointing out glaring design flaws and typos on restaurant menus, shop signs, store flyers and tattoos.

When she’s not saving the world from bad design, Linda enjoys being unconventional. She gave up her parking space in favor of riding her bike to work—a personal choice, not a legal necessity.

Linda loves photography, independent films and her book club, even when heated literary debates break out over chilled beverages. She’s one of those crazy dog people and owns two rescued Bostons. She also volunteers her design and photography skills with Boston Terrier Rescue. Isn’t that nice?

Of all her accomplishments, Linda is most proud of being the mother of a smart and talented teenage wannabe chiropterologist (one who studies bats, the flying mammals). Say that five times fast.