Welcome to those following us as we announce the 2014 College News Design Contest digital winners! We’ll be starting at 9:30 CST so stay tuned…
Monthly Archives: April 2014
It’s the big one! Drumroll please…..
Click names to view designer’s web portfolio.
1st: Frederick J. Eschrich, School of the Art Institute of Chicago
“Consistent excellence with typography, grid, color and resolution of the concept. There’s a lot of original thoughts. It all fits together — everything looks like it’s from the same paper and has the same style. His originality comes through. It had one of the best projects — the Syria story — with the illustrations and graphics that were created.”
2nd: Raquel Mendez, University of Missouri
“Rich storytelling with illustrative capability. Very adept at telling stories with photographs. Goes from a serious realm to a whimsical realm with illustrations that work with both. She made the Summer Preview pages very fun to look at — it all fits together.”
3rd: Emily Theis, Ball State University
“The portfolio showed a nice use of color and typography. Very well resolved typography even down to the minute detail. Very well edited. Clean.”
HM: Kevin Golden, Indiana University
A huge congratulations to these student designers. You gave the judges A LOT to talk about and it took a considerable amount of time to analyze the amazing work you all did.
Thanks to everyone who entered this year’s print competition! Check back tomorrow morning beginning at 9:30 a.m. CST for the digital contest.
1st: F Newsmagazine staff. Art direction: Christopher Givens. School of the Art Institute of Chicago.
“They made slight modifications that made it so much better.”
2nd: Paula Peters and Trey Veal, SCAN Magazine, SCAD Atlanta.
“SCAN re-did everything from the grid up and incorporated text with photos really well.”
1st: F Newsmagazine. School of the Art Institute of Chicago.
2nd: SCAN Magazine, SCAD Atlanta.
3rd: Distraction, University of Miami.
1st place: FNews magazine staff. School of the Art Institute of Chicago.
2nd place: Lizzie Hart and Clare Ramirez, “Remembrance Week 2013.” Syracuse University, The Daily Orange.
3rd place: Lizzie Hart and Lindsay Dawson, “2014 Lacrosse Season Preview.” Syracuse University, The Daily Orange.
HM: Distraction staff, “It’s All About the Sports.” University of Miami.
1st place: Christopher Givens and Benjamin Macri, “Rock, Paper, Scissors, Diplomacy?” School of the Art Institute of Chicago, FNews.
2nd place: Christoper Givens,”You Should be Freaking Out About Now.” School of the Art Institute of Chicago, FNews.
3rd place: Lizzie Hart and Andrew Casadonte, “Remembrance Week 2013.” Syracuse University, The Daily Orange.
HM: Breanna Dumbacher, “Addiction: A Love Story.” University of Missouri, Vox Magazine.