Client Testimonials

BC Ministry of Tourism and Culture

“Nichola did a fantastic job of branding, designing and illustrating informational and interpretive signs for us.  She is a very talented artist, illustrator and designer.  I found Nichola to be very knowledgeable, creative, co-operative and easy to work with.”

Dan Reiben , BC Ministry of Tourism & Culture


Selkirk College

“Nichola Lytle was a critical force in the creative direction, art direction, illustration and design of several Selkirk College viewbooks and other collateral materials. Her understanding of the target audience and graphic requirements allowed the project to evolve in the appropriate direction, providing the college with successful products. In addition, budgeting and scheduling were considered, and met throughout the projects. I would highly recommend Nichola for branding and any other graphic related projects.”

Dianna Ducs, Institutional Marketing Coordinator, Selkirk College



“Touchstones Nelson contracted Nichola to create the design and branding of an online catalogue. The final result was an elegant and easy to navigate catalogue that reflected the Touchstones Nelson style. Nichola was attentive to our tight time schedule and assumed the role of coordinator between the client and the programming team. She provided clear direction, asked timely questions, and was able to problem solve with a good deal of independence. In short, she was highly professional to work with. ”

Leah Best, Executive Director, Touchstones, Nelson, BC

 City of Nelson

“I wholeheartedly recommend Nichola Lytle for any job you may be considering her for. I have hired Nichola for several graphic design projects for the City of Nelson over the past year, and have been extremely impressed by her professionalism, her ability to meet deadlines, and most of all, her incredible artistic skills. Nichola recently completed a series of lamp post banners for the City, highlighting our Railtown District and heritage Baker Street, and they have been very well-received by both the public and City staff. She is a pleasure to work with, and the work she produces is exemplary.”

      Joy Barrett, Cultural Development Officer, Nelson, BC


Digital Arts and New Media Program

“I have had the distinct pleasure of working with Nichola as her supervisor and faculty member in the Digital Arts and New Media program at Selkirk College. Nichola’s professional delivery of our design curriculum was excellent. During her time with us, she established an outstanding rapport with our students and faculty. Nichola’s skills as a graphic designer and illustrator are second to none.   It is obvious from her portfolio that she is an industry leader.”

      Jason Taylor, School of  Digital Art & New Media