Dianna Haskett began her early career receiving schooling through Myers University. She then continued her education through the Cleveland Institute of Art where she pursued a career in drafting and design. Dianna’s early corporate work with AutoCAD and Photoshop inspired her to extend her skill set to include industrial production design and business management, where her new experience gave her increased business acumen and production methodology that would later play a role in the formation and growth of her company.
This year is Designs by Dianna’s 25th anniversary. Dianna’s mother was an artist and she followed in her footsteps by starting her business in her home. In 2014 she opened up her own office space. She does a lot of work with the township and neighboring areas, like working with Richmond Heights and rebranding their city hall, police, and fire departments.
They use an eco-solvent printer, which is safer for the environment. They also have a thermal printer which can print in silver, gold, and white; so many different options to help with anything you might need designed and printed.
However, Dianna doesn’t just do work for businesses, but for anyone! Need a sign made? T-shirts? A plaque? She can help you design it and print it. Customized items can make the perfect gift.
To see her portfolio, and a complete list of what she can help you with, visit her website. Some of her local clients include D.S. Cakes, Mangia Mangia, and Berkshire High School!