Lonica Clark is not your typical user experience and interactive graphic designer. With over 12 years of experience in graphic design, Lonica brings a unique blend of creativity and technical skill to every project she undertakes.

A graduate of the University of Alabama with a degree in studio art and anthropology, Lonica’s background in printmaking adds depth and texture to her design work. Recently, she embarked on a journey to enhance her skills further by completing a UI/UX bootcamp, demonstrating her commitment to staying at the forefront of her field.

Outside of her professional endeavors, Lonica’s life is a whirlwind of family adventures and personal hobbies. When she’s not chasing after her two energetic kiddos (or sneakily hiding from them), you might find her enjoying leisurely walks, getting lost in a good book, or immersing herself in the world of DIY projects. And don’t be surprised if there’s always a coffee in her hand; hydration may not be her strong suit, but she’s certainly fueled by caffeine.


Your Pets:

2 old ladies – a 10-year-old Corgi named Luna and a 12-year-old tabby cat named Oliver (AKA Ollie Cat, AKA Oliver Queen).

fave place to visit:

The Pacific Northwest – I visited Washington State for the first time in 2015 and fell in love with the forest, mountain, and waterfall landscapes. In 2019, my husband and I eloped on the coast of Oregon. We have been dying to get back there.


Potatoes in any form. Breakfast food. Most foods, really. I just draw the line at raw onions.


My husband is the cook, but I recently started baking French macarons. They’re extremely finicky and figuring out which recipes work in Louisiana’s humidity has been a fun challenge.

Favorite smell:

Morning coffee! Fresh flowers? Lavender. Good smells only.


At 5 years old I had an identity crisis when I learned my name was Lonica. My parents and extended family always called me “Loni.” Needless to say, I prefer Lonica. I’ve tried other nicknames like Lona, but that’s usually reserved for Starbucks orders to avoid the inevitable “Monica” or “Veronica.” I’ve also been dubbed Lochness Lonster, Lon Gnome, Lonstertruck, and so on.

If you could have dinner with anyone in the world?

I’d love to sit down with a younger version of myself, but I would settle for Neil deGrasse Tyson.

Your Greatest Inspiration:

Is it too cliche to say my kids?