Her name is Jane Dominguez, and she draws pictures all day. She moved from Sarasota to Gainesville, Florida, to get her degree from UF's School of Art + Art History and wound up staying because she liked the town's personality. Now she is a graphic designer (which is like a psychic, cat-juggling unicyclist) for Strategic Communications and Marketing, where she transforms design briefs into riveting marketing tools. Her favorite thing to do is create designs with quirky personalities and unusual color combinations, but she also swings a mean illustrator pen tool. She believes that good design is more than just a pretty page — good design creates a narrative with a hook. She sweats the small stuff, is a design tweaker, and can't watch more than 15 minutes of TV at a time before she starts fidgeting. She is constitutionally unable to follow a recipe without trying to improve upon it. She is a puppy mama to three of the smartest, most awesome rescue chihuahuas you will ever have the good fortune of meeting.