Hubie Le is an experienced communicator who joined Beveridge Seay in 1997. She specializes in systems design and during her tenure at Beveridge Seay she has developed and implemented a diverse collection of visual identities and brand programs.
Hubie has worked extensively with ExxonMobil, the Leadership Conference on Civil and Human Rights, the National Rehabilitation Hospital, and Starbucks. She is proud of her long-term client relationships which include working with NRH since 1998 and managing the Mobil 1 Lube Express identity program since 2004. Starting in 2012, Hubie oversaw and generated the update of interior graphics for numerous Starbucks locations in the Washington, DC metropolitan area including original artwork for some flagship stores.
Hubie completed a graduate studies program at the Portfolio Center in Atlanta, Georgia, and received a Bachelor of Arts from the University of Virginia. She has received a number of awards in typography, product and publication design.
She believes in the grid system (and breaking outside of it). You will find her at film festivals, restaurants and baseball games when she’s not kerning or respecting minimal clearspaces.