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Lessons from

the Best of Collegiate Design

College Media Association’s

21st annual competition, for 2012-13

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OVERALL

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Editorial illustration/

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Features

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Nameplate

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Patty Alvarez is the art director for Money magazine. Prior to coming

to Money, Patty worked for magazines such as Cooking Light, Fortune,

Sports Illustrated Presents, Bloomberg Markets, Bloomberg Businessweek

and Newsweek.

Leah Bailey is deputy art director at Money magazine, previously

working at Woman's Day, Cigar Aficionado and Bicycling. She got

her career started by leading her college yearbook to two consecutive

Gold Crown and Pacemaker awards, and now leads student outreach

efforts for the Society of Publication Designers.

Nancy Campbell is a graphic design graduate of the School of Visual Arts

and creative director at 9 Threads in NYC. She works on Earnshaw's and

Footwear Plus magazines, as well as a variety of custom publications.

Since 2007, Nancy has won more than 50 awards from the Society of

Publication Designers, Graphis and Communication Arts.

Joseph Caserto is an independent graphic designer, art director,

educator and consultant. He is currently working extensively with Adobe

Publishing Suite to create publications for iPad and Android tablets.

Caitlin Choi currently designs for the tablet at Instyle magazine.

Her previous work experience include Woman's Day, Men's Health and

Scientific American magazines.

Jen Doll writes for the Atlantic, the Hairpin, New York Magazine,

the Toast, Vice and other media establishments. Formerly she was a

senior writer at the Atlantic Wire and a staff writer at the Village Voice.

Her first book is due out in spring 2014 from Penguin/Riverhead.

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Kevin Fullerton is principal/creative director of Springboard Creative

in Kansas City. He is lieutenant governor of the American Advertising

Federation's District 9 (Missouri, Iowa, Nebraska and Kansas) and former

president of the AAF–Kansas City and the Art+Copy Club. He's also an

adjunct instructor at the Kansas CIty Art Institute and a regular speaker,

lecturer and judge.

Alan Herzberger is the digital managing editor for OPUBCO

Communications Group. He is responsible for the digital strategies and

the content that feeds NewsOK.com and the Oklahoman's digital

products.

Dennis Huynh currently serves as senior associate art director

for Entertainment Weekly. He has art directed for Cooking Light, Smash,

Tennis and Cincinnati magazines.

Nick Jungman is managing editor of the Wichita Business Journal.

He was previously a teaching fellow in editing and design at the Missouri

School of Journalism, and he's also worked at the Wichita Eagle and the

Tampa Bay Times.

Wayne Kamidoi has been an art director at the New York Times since

1995. Previously, he was at the Detroit Free Press and the Port Huron

(Mich.) Times Herald.

Sean Kelly is a visual journalist whose humorous illustrations appear

frequently in the Washington Post, Los Angeles Times and on the op-ed

page of the New York Times. He teaches seminars on creative thinking

for journalists, and has won top awards from the Society of Illustrators

and the National Cartoonists Society.

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Tan Ly is the president of Visually Dynamic. He previously served as

a senior designer and art director at the Washington Post for nine years

and held design positions at other top newspapers, such as the San Jose

Mercury News and South Florida Sun-Sentinel.

Kenney Marlatt is one of the Page One designers at the Chicago

Tribune. He has served on the board of directors of the Society for News

Design and has been a judge for the Society's annual Best of News

Design competition. Before joining the Tribune, Kenney was the news

design director/nights at the Indianapolis Star. He was also a designer at

the San Jose Mercury News when it was honored as one of SND's World's

Best Designed Newspapers.

Trevett McCandliss is creative director of Earnshaw's magazine and

Footwear Plus magazine. In the last six years he has won more than

50 awards from Society of Publication Designers, Graphis and

Communication Arts.

Mike Mitra designs websites and web graphics as an art director

at Drumroll in Austin. He's also worked at Roger Black Studio designing

web-based e-readers for magazines, newspapers and book publishers.

Katie Schlientz is the creative director and social media editor

for Bruckner Design in White Plains, N.Y. Before making the switch

to marketing, Katie was a senior designer for Woman's World Magazine

and art director of the InTown Magazine Network.

Elliott Stokes is currently design and art direct for People. He was

previously at Every Day with Rachael Ray and Fast Company.

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Eric Thurstin is a project designer for Spirit magazine, the in-flight

magazine for Southwest Airlines, and is based in Dallas. He started

his career at the Kitsap Sun in Bremerton, Wash., and had a brief stint

at marketing and advertising before returning to publication design.

Linda Tran Tutovan is the deputy art director for Tablet at Money

magazine, where she manages all things iPad and android design and

production. Linda has also been on the iPad launch team for Sports

Illustrated and Scholastic Parent & Child.

Michael Vidrine has been in the design industry for more than 10 years,

and he is currently the creative director and owner of Quite Right

Studio. He has worked in-house for major corporations

as well as working at large and small design agencies.

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OVERALL

Infographic

1

Garnet & Black

U of South Carolina

“Great use of color and layout.

Informa3on is delivered in an easy yet

intriguing way.

Very eye catching. Wonderful work.”

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OVERALL

Infographic

1

Garnet & Black

U of South Carolina

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OVERALL

Infographic

2

Pacific Rim

Langara College

Vancouver, B.C.

“Informa3on is delivered using

a nice monochroma3c scheme.

Well laid out and good use

of non-­‐tradi3onal charts.

I just wish the color you chose

for Canada was the same in both

the map and the pie chart.”

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ENVIRONMENT

REPORT CARD

RESEARCH LIBRARY TECHNICIAN STUDENTS

ILLUSTRATIONS JAYME BROWN

In this environmental report, we measure Canada against

other Pacifi c Rim nations. Canada scores well but, as always,

there is more we can do.

AIR QUALITY

Most Pacifi c Rim countries have air quality initiatives in place through international organizations and agreements.

Each country also has their own clean air issues to deal with.

AUSTRALIA

Emissions from larger industries are reported

under the National Pollutant Inventory. National

initiatives address the impact of road transport

on environmental quality, urban amenities,

and human health.

CANADA

The WHO Air Quality Index (2011) has Canada

tied for third best air quality in the world. As of

2010, total emissions of sulphur dioxide have

decreased by 57% since 1990.

JAPAN

In 2009 Japan launched the Greenhouse

Gases Observing Satellite (GOSAT), the

only greenhouse-gas-observing satellite in the

world. In 2012 the Ministry of the Environment

outlined a plan to cut greenhouse gas

emissions by 80% by 2050.

China replanted nearly six

million hectares (ha) of forest

and grassland to encourage

carbon offset and reduce

greenhouse gas emissions.

In Miyun, local incomes grew

approximately 50% due to

an increase in tourists following

replanting while the number of

residents living in poverty

was reduced to 15%.

NEW ZEALAND

The primary source of man-made emissions is

home heating, with the exception of Auckland,

where the main emissions are from transport.

Man-made air pollution is associated with over

1,100 cases of premature mortality each year.

PHILIPPINES

The Department of Transportation and

Communications removed carbon dioxide

from the list of gases monitored in motor

vehicle emission tests, which does

not comply with the Clean Air Act.

THAILAND

Air quality was improved by shifting from leaded to

unleaded gasoline in 1995. However, air quality

is also affected by slash-and-burn farming that,

despite being offi cially banned, still proceeds with

little enforcement from the government.

ENERGY CONSUMPTION

The World Energy consumption per capita is 1,851.05 kilotonnes (kt) of oil. Energy effi ciency is vital to an environmentally friendly future.

WATER QUALITY AND ACCESS

Most of Canada’s population has had access to clean water for a long time.

However, for many Pacifi c Rim countries, water access is a work in progress.

DIVERSITY OF SPECIES

Often used to measure the health of ecosystems, diversity

of species is affected by technological improvements,

scientifi c discoveries, and natural and human threats.

The numbers indicate Canada

is doing well in terms of water

quality, but there are issues

we need to deal with. Canada

consumes the second-largest

amount of water per capita

in the developed world,

and yet many First Nation

communities do not have access

to clean drinking water. Our

infrastructure is aging, and 60%

of fresh water drains north—away

from where it is needed most.

Recent changes to the

Navigation Protection Act allow

industrial projects to proceed on

almost all waterways in Canada,

without proving they will not

harm those waterways.

Canada produces the sixth-largest amount

of energy in the world. In terms of energy

security, Canada is generally lower risk

than the world average due to vast

natural resources and a small population.

But its population does waste a lot of

energy (over four times more than the world

average), meaning Canada scores low

with the environmental metrics.

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Infographic

3

“Nice clean layout with and great

choice of color paleBe. Informa3on is

very organized and easy to interpret.”

Universe

Brigham Young U

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9

8

7

6

5

4

3

2

1

0

1977 1978 1979 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011

16,000,000

14,000,000

12,000,000

10,000,000

8,000,000

6,000,000

4,000,000

2,000,000

-

1976 1977 1978 1979 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011

350,000

300,000

250,000

200,000

150,000

100,000

50,000

-

1976 1977 1978 1979 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011

450

400

350

300

250

200

150

100

50

-

148

157

166

175

188 188

180 178 180

188

193

205

222

228

256

267

276

295

1976 1977 1978 1979 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013

318

347

405

6 The Universe, February 26 – March 4, 2013

The Universe, February 26 – March 4, 2013 XX

58 new missions bring worldwide total to 405

+17

US & Canada

+1

Europe

Arizona Gilbert

Arizona Scottsdale

California Bakersfield

California Irvine

California Rancho Cucamonga

+11

Colorado Fort Collins

Georgia Macon

Idaho Nampa

Idaho Twin Falls

Illinois Chicago West

Kansas Wichita

+15

Ohio Cincinnati

Oregon Salem Mexico & Central

Utah Salt Lake City East

Virginia Chesapeake

America

+5

Washington Federal Way

Washington Vancouver

El Salvador San Salvador East

Guatemala Coban

127 Total South America

Honduras San Pedro Sula West

No mission

Mexico Cancun

Argentina Comodoro Rivadavia

0-1

Mexico Ciudad Juarez

Argentina Posadas

2-3

Mexico Ciudad Obregon

Bolivia Santa Cruz North

Mexico Mexico City Chalco

Brazil Curitiba South

4-5

Africa

Mexico Pachuca

Brazil Fortaleza East

6-9

Mexico Queretaro

Brazil Juiz de Fora

Angola Luanda

10-20

Mexico Reynosa

Brazil Natal

Botswana Gaborone

21-40

Mexico Saltillo

Brazil Piracicaba

Ghana Accra West

41+

Brazil Santos

Liberia Monrovia

58 Total

Brazil Sao Paulo West

Nigeria Benin City

New mission

Chile Santiago South

27 Total

Ecuador Guayaquil West

Ecuador Quito North

Peru Huancayo

Peru Iquitos

L’viv Ukraine

40 Total

91 Total

+6

Asia

Japan Tokyo South

Korea Seoul South

Philippines Cavite

Philippines Cebu East

Philippines Legaspi

Philippines Urdaneta

44 Total

+3

Oceania

Australia Sydney North

New Zealand Hamilton

Papua New Guinea Lae

18 Total

Baptisms per missionary

Total church membership by year

Total number of convert baptisms by year

Total number of missions per year

303 307 309

331 333 334 333 335 337 338 341 344 348 348 344 340 340

MISSIONARY

CHANGES

Look at some other

announcements that changed the

way Church missions operated in

the past 50 years

Jan. 1969

Two-month language

training begins

Sept. 1973

Uniform system for

teaching families (Mr.

Brown discussions)

Sept. 1974

Pres. Kimball gives an

address called “When the

World will be Converted”

Oct. 1978

All missionaries begin

training at the MTC in

Provo

April 1982

546

Days Left!

Single-elders mission

term reduced to 18

months

Jan. 1985

Single-elders mission

term changed back to

24 months

Jan. 1988

The

Book

of

Mormon

Pres. Benson urges Church

members to flood the

Earth with the Book of

Mormon

Jan. 1991 Nov. 2004 Oct. 2012

$$$

Equal contributions

for missionaries begin

“Preach My Gospel”

introduced

Age changed for males

from 19 to 18, females

from 21 to 19

Sources: Deseret News 2013 Church Almanac, The Latter-day Saint Century by Richard O. Cowan and LDS.org. Design by Jennifer Cardenas, James Gardner, Brad Davis and Brett Bertola.

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Infographic

HM

District

Savannah College

of Art and Design

“Illustra3on and design is very well

done.

Would have been much stronger

with more data-­‐driven content.”

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OVERALL

Infographic

HM

District

Savannah College

of Art and Design

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OVERALL

Editorial Illustration /

Cartoon

1

“Impressive combina3on —

illustra3on and repor3ng.

Images and the text complement well.”

Signal

Georgia State U

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OVERALL

Editorial Illustration /

Cartoon

1

Signal

Georgia State U

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OVERALL

Editorial Illustration /

Cartoon

2

“Imagina3ve and inven3ve.

Excellent rendering of calendar and

view of campus.”

Distraction

U of Miami

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OVERALL

Editorial Illustration /

Cartoon

2

Distraction

U of Miami

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OVERALL

Editorial Illustration /

Cartoon

3

“Powerful poster. Fun twist on ad.

Rendering of cow is confident and

professional.”

Spinnaker

U of North Florida

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OVERALL

Editorial Illustration /

Cartoon

3

Spinnaker

U of North Florida

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OVERALL

Editorial Illustration /

Cartoon

“Images must communicate

in an original way.

PuKng 3me into concepts —

beyond the first idea that comes

to mind — is always worthwhile.

Keep it simple. Readers give us only

a second or two. Images need to be

immediately understandable but

surprising.”

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OVERALL

Special-section cover

“Really impressed by the level

of crea3ve and execu3on from all

of the entries.”

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OVERALL

Special-section cover

1

Clarion

Madison Area

Technical College

“Approach to the topic was innova3ve

and clever.

Great use of typography and color to

establish hierarchy, which guides the

reader through the story.”

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OVERALL

Special-section cover

1

Clarion

Madison Area

Technical College

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Special-section cover

2

Montana Journalism

Review

U of Montana

“Simple, but powerful.

The graphic visually displays several

elements to the story —

the separa3on, the two sides,

the back and forth.

Also leads reader into the story.”

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OVERALL

Special-section cover

2

Montana Journalism

Review

U of Montana

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OVERALL

Special-section cover

3

Indiana Daily Student

Indiana U

“Outside-­‐the-­‐box thinking on topic

that's heavily covered.

Great use of typography.

Great photograph. Visually interes3ng.”

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OVERALL

Special-section cover

3

Indiana Daily Student

Indiana U

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OVERALL

Special-section cover

HM

Campanile, Rice U

“I can't being to imagine the 3me it

took to create this. The typography and

shading is done to perfec3on.

Really well done, and a very crea3ve

approach to a centennial issue.

Standard, Missouri State U

“Thought the fish-­‐bowl idea was a very

interes3ng way to conceptualize the

campus housing.”

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OVERALL

Advertisement

1

Signal

Georgia State U

“A fun ad built on a strong concept.

The ad is well-­‐executed and shows a

sense of humor. I actually laughed when

I read it.”

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OVERALL

Advertisement

1

Signal

Georgia State U

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Advertisement

2

Student Niner Media

U of North Carolina

at Charlotte

“Beau3fully designed ad

with a nice, appropriate retro feel.

Very nice use of graphics, typography

and color.”

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Advertisement

2

Student Niner Media

U of North Carolina

at Charlotte

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Advertisement

3

“Fun, eye-­‐catching concept.

Well executed.”

Prospector

U of Texas at El Paso

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OVERALL

Advertisement

3

Prospector

U of Texas at El Paso

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NEWSPAPER

Features

1

“Gorgeous illustra3on played simply.

Well done.”

Sandspur

Rollins College

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NEWSPAPER

Features

2

Media OCU

Oklahoma City U

“Fun idea, well executed.

Don't love the stripes

(design for design's sake), which further

busy an already dynamic page.”

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NEWSPAPER

Features

2

Media OCU

Oklahoma City U

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NEWSPAPER

Features

3

Spectrum

U of Buffalo

“One of the simplest rules

of good design: Play strong art big.

Love the headline treatment.

Wish the pull quote style and drop cap

were simpler.”

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NEWSPAPER

Features

3

Spectrum

U of Buffalo

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NEWSPAPER

Features

HM

Daily Tar Heel

U of North Carolina

Tuesday, October 29, 13


NEWSPAPER

Features

HM

Northwest Missourian

Northwest Missouri

State U

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NEWSPAPER

Editorials / Opinion

1

Daily Tar Heel

U of North Carolina

“A powerful and moving page.

Drama3c front-­‐page placement and

red type should snap The Tar Heel's

readers to aBen3on.

Could be a textbook example of how

to write long and yet design well.”

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NEWSPAPER

Editorials / Opinion

1

Daily Tar Heel

U of North Carolina

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NEWSPAPER

Editorials / Opinion

2

Clarion

Madison Area

Technical College

“Careful typography, well-­‐directed

white space and an image that 3es

everything together.

Meaningful headlines. Powerful in its

simplicity.

All the details are exactly right, and that

maBers.”

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NEWSPAPER

Editorials / Opinion

2

Clarion

Madison Area

Technical College

NEWSPAPER

Editorials / Opinion

2

Clarion

Madison Area Technical College

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NEWSPAPER

Editorials / Opinion

3

Daily Kent Stater

Kent State U

“Meaty and yet diges3ble.

Big headlines and big-­‐enough

subheadings carry the page, and give

even scanning readers the message.

Meaningful type, rather than

informa3on-­‐light images, carries the

page.”

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NEWSPAPER

Editorials / Opinion

3

Daily Kent Stater

Kent State U

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NEWSPAPER

Editorials / Opinion

HM

Daily Illini

U of Illinois

“Beau3ful typography and color.

The Type Foundry could use this page

in its catalog to represent this face.

A lot of informa3on, but it's

‘meaning-­‐light.’

Is this opinion, or just factoids?”

Tuesday, October 29, 13


NEWSPAPER

Editorials / Opinion

HM

Daily Illini

U of Illinois

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NEWSPAPER

Editorials / Opinion

“Many columns lack good headlines.

Each column in a point-­‐counterpoint

needs a headline, and more than three

words.

Rely more on type to convey messages

and add color, rather than file art or

amateurish cartoons.

True cliché on opinion pages:

Less is more.”

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NEWSPAPER

Sports

1

Daily Illini

U of Illinois

“Strong use of lead photograph.

Restrained and effec3ve use of color,

especially on the infographic.

Best example of an overall page

designing because there were

four stories.”

Tuesday, October 29, 13


NEWSPAPER

Sports

1

Daily Illini

U of Illinois

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NEWSPAPER

Sports

2

Indiana Daily Student

Indiana U

“Sophis3cated one-­‐topic page

with impact.

Editors made a risky choice to highlight

an enterprising story without adhering

to conven3onal wisdom.”

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NEWSPAPER

Sports

2

Indiana Daily Student

Indiana U

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NEWSPAPER

Sports

3

el Don

Santa Ana College

“Strong content on complex issue.

Use of big numbers and smaller items

enhance the readability.”

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NEWSPAPER

Sports

HM

Daily Collegian

Penn State U

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NEWSPAPER

Photo

1

Quinnipiac Chronicle

Quinnipiac U

“ The large, bold type at the top

of this page really packed a punch

to show that this was a photo essay

about major disaster coverage.”

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NEWSPAPER

Photo

1

Quinnipiac Chronicle

Quinnipiac U

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NEWSPAPER

Photo

2

California Aggie

U of California, Davis

“This is a quirky piece, but I think

the design solu3on really made

the page sing. It’s simple, yet

informa3ve.”

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NEWSPAPER

Photo

2

California Aggie

U of California, Davis

z

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NEWSPAPER

Photo

3

Columbia Chronicle

Columbia College,

Chicago

“The 3meline across the top and

the map along the boBom both weave

together all of the images and give

the page a really interac3ve feel.”

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NEWSPAPER

Photo

HM

All State

Austin Peay State U

“The strong images really sing

on this page, and all of the elements

work well because the photos aren't

overpowered by complicated

over designing.”

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NEWSPAPER

Photo

“Publica3ons planning for next year’s

compe33on need to keep in mind that

in this category, they need to be using

photography to really tell a story.

This is a compe33on about design,

but good design should never

overpower great photography.”

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NEWSPAPER

Nameplate

1

Asbury Collegian

Asbury U

“The Collegian’s nameplate is

unabashedly modern.

It ignores 3red newspaper tradi3ons

and uses clean, simple typography and

subtle graphics to communicate

one message: The Collegian is the voice

of the students.”

Tuesday, October 29, 13


NEWSPAPER

Nameplate

1

Asbury Collegian

Asbury U

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NEWSPAPER

Nameplate

2

Mustang Daily

Cal Poly

“The Mustang Daily incorporates

the college's mascot in such a way

that it makes the newspaper feel 3ed

to the school while s3ll asser3ng

the publica3on’s own independent

iden3ty.”

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NEWSPAPER

Nameplate

2

Mustang Daily

Cal Poly

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NEWSPAPER

Nameplate

3

“The Iowa State Daily's nameplate is

focused solidly on the future while s3ll

giving a nod to the past.”

Iowa State Daily

Iowa State U

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NEWSPAPER

Nameplate

3

Iowa State Daily

Iowa State U

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NEWSPAPER

Front page

1

Sunflower

Wichita State U

“Great photography some3mes is

the design, and the designer who laid

out this front page worked on framing

an energe3c image with great balance,

typography and hierarchy.”

Tuesday, October 29, 13


NEWSPAPER

Front page

1

Sunflower

Wichita State U

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NEWSPAPER

Front page

2

Communicator

Indiana U-Purdue U

Fort Wayne

“ Well art-­‐directed cover that showed

a thought-­‐out concept with fine touches

of typography, color and texture.

It has whimsy but keeps with a message

and narra3ve.”

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NEWSPAPER

Front page

2

Communicator

Indiana U-Purdue U

Fort Wayne

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NEWSPAPER

Front page

3

Indiana Daily Student

Indiana U

“Powerful stories with dark details are

hard to design.

Star3ng the narra3ve with type is

a device that requires boldness and

faith in the story.

The designer understands the story’s

built-­‐in drama.”

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NEWSPAPER

Front page

3

Indiana Daily Student

Indiana U

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NEWSPAPER

Front page

HM

Daily Collegian

Penn State U

“The news event swept the na3on and

this page is able to 3ck off all the crimes

commiBed in good order.

More control of the type and balance

of content was needed.”

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NEWSPAPER

Front page

HM

Daily Collegian

Penn State U

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NEWSPAPER

Front page

“Students are making great leaps

into magazine-­‐style fronts on

broadsheet and tabs.

Great body of work overall for their

experience level.”

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MAGAZINE

Cover

1

Tusk

California State U,

Fullerton

“Tusk is beau3ful, bold and graphic.

Tusk makes me want to open its pages

and and see what else is inside.

Simple typography exposed behind

layers of paper forming the shape

of an elephant.

Gorgeous!”

Tuesday, October 29, 13


MAGAZINE

Cover

1

Tusk

California State U,

Fullerton

Tuesday, October 29, 13


MAGAZINE

Cover

2

Inside

Indiana U

“This cover was smart and

cleverly designed.

The use of black-­‐and-­‐white photography

coupled with graphic swatches

of yellow make for a striking image.”

Tuesday, October 29, 13


MAGAZINE

Cover

2

Inside

Indiana U

Tuesday, October 29, 13


MAGAZINE

Cover

3

Peel

Appalachian State U

“Hands down the best illustrated cover

this year – simple and elegant

with a wonderfully bright and

playful color paleBe.”

Tuesday, October 29, 13


Tuesday, October 29, 13


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Cover

HM

Garnet & Black

U of South Carolina

Tuesday, October 29, 13


Tuesday, October 29, 13


MAGAZINE

Contents

1

Inside

Indiana U

“The use of compelling imagery and

clean, sophis3cated typography makes

this page easy to look at and fun

to read.”

Tuesday, October 29, 13


MAGAZINE

Contents

1

Inside

Indiana U

Tuesday, October 29, 13


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Contents

2

Scan

Savannah College

of Art and Design,

Atlanta

“Graphic, summery-­‐looking photo

creates interest and grabs the aBen3on

of the reader.

The use of typography allows the photo

to be the star of this layout.”

Tuesday, October 29, 13


Tuesday, October 29, 13


MAGAZINE

Contents

3

“The honeycomb paBern catches

the reader's aBen3on and gives the

page an interes3ng structure.”

Montana Journalism

Review

U of Montana

Tuesday, October 29, 13


Tuesday, October 29, 13


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Contents

HM

Broken Ink

U of South Carolina-

Aiken

“Innova3ve use of photography and

pleasing type design.

Good use of white space.”

Tuesday, October 29, 13


MAGAZINE

Contents

HM

Broken Ink

U of South Carolina-

Aiken

Tuesday, October 29, 13


Tuesday, October 29, 13


MAGAZINE

Story

1

Tusk

California State U,

Fullerton

“This design is strong, fun, and

has a good use of color.

It’s pop-­‐art design really makes you

want to turn the page to find out

more.”

Tuesday, October 29, 13


MAGAZINE

Story

1

Tusk

California State U,

Fullerton

Tuesday, October 29, 13


MAGAZINE

Story

2

Distraction

U of Miami

“The opening image is simultaneously

intriguing and horrifying.

When paired with the clean layout,

typography and illustra3ons this story

a real beauty.”

Tuesday, October 29, 13


MAGAZINE

Story

2

Distraction

U of Miami

Tuesday, October 29, 13


MAGAZINE

Story

3

“The use of pills for headline is

very clever juxtaposed

with the conceptual image.”

Legacy

Louisiana State U

Tuesday, October 29, 13


Tuesday, October 29, 13


Tuesday, October 29, 13


YEARBOOKS

Cover

1

Warbler

Eastern Illinois U

Tuesday, October 29, 13


Tuesday, October 29, 13


YEARBOOKS

Cover

2

Tower

Loyola Marymount U

Tuesday, October 29, 13


Tuesday, October 29, 13


YEARBOOKS

Cover

3

Lion’s Roar

Southeastern

Louisiana U

Tuesday, October 29, 13


Tuesday, October 29, 13


Tuesday, October 29, 13


YEARBOOKS

Division

1

Agromeck

North Carolina

State U

“Good use of imagery and infographics.

Elements and typography are

well thought out.

More than just a nice looking page.”

Tuesday, October 29, 13


Tuesday, October 29, 13


YEARBOOKS

Division

2

“Good integra3on of type, color and

photography.”

Bluestone

James Madison U

Tuesday, October 29, 13


Tuesday, October 29, 13


YEARBOOKS

Division

3

“Strong use of conceptual imagery.

Good layout and integra3on of type.”

Houstonian

U of Houston

Tuesday, October 29, 13


Tuesday, October 29, 13


YEARBOOKS

Division

HM

“Nice use of imagery and

integra3on of type.”

Warbler

Eastern Illinois U

Tuesday, October 29, 13


Tuesday, October 29, 13


Tuesday, October 29, 13


YEARBOOKS

Student life

1

Tower

Northwest Missouri

State U

“Fresh, modern and unique and s3ll

gives tons of content.

Love the effect on the image,

the 3ny hits of color in the quotes/

names, and the super-­‐clean type

choices that give a dis3nct look

to the spread, yet are s3ll readable.”

Tuesday, October 29, 13


Tuesday, October 29, 13


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Student life

2

Bluestone

James Madison U

“Retains a tradi3onal feel,

but also energe3c and fresh thanks

to type choices and secondary content

in thin columns.

Love restrained use of color

in the design elements, leKng

the images say it all balanced by tons

of nice white space.”

Tuesday, October 29, 13


Tuesday, October 29, 13


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Student life

3

Warbler

Eastern Illinois U

“Awesome grouping of infographics

and factoids.

Super cute illustra3ons, but it’s

the restrained use of a single typeface

in various weights that really holds it

all together (though be careful

of tracking type too 3ghtly).”

Tuesday, October 29, 13


Tuesday, October 29, 13


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Student life

HM

“Have to honor this entry for its lovely,

clean design and great use of type styles

and sizes.”

Agromeck

North Carolina

State U

Tuesday, October 29, 13


Tuesday, October 29, 13


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Student life

HM

Ibis

U of Miami

“And this entry for its super-­‐crea3ve

way to tell this story.

Just wish there was a 3ny bit more

detail in the type to relate beBer

to the art.”

Tuesday, October 29, 13


Tuesday, October 29, 13


Tuesday, October 29, 13


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Academics

1

Ibis

U of Miami

“This is a very ambi3ous treatment

of an important topic.

Conceptual photo illustra3on creates

interest.

Innova3ve use of typography.”

Tuesday, October 29, 13


Tuesday, October 29, 13


YEARBOOKS

Academics

2

Tower

Loyola Marymount U

“I like the cool sophis3ca3on

of this infographic.

Graphics drive this compelling design. ”

Tuesday, October 29, 13


Tuesday, October 29, 13


YEARBOOKS

Academics

3

Gumbo

Louisiana State U

“I admire this piece because it is bold

and has a lot of heart.

Headline and photo combine to create

interest on this spread. ”

Tuesday, October 29, 13


Tuesday, October 29, 13


YEARBOOKS

Academics

HM

Angelos

California Baptist U

“I really love the in3macy of the portrait

on the opening page of this piece.

The super shallow depth of field is

dreamy and exci3ng.”

Tuesday, October 29, 13


Tuesday, October 29, 13


Tuesday, October 29, 13


YEARBOOK

Sports

1

“Great use of illustra3on

with very nicely set type.”

Arbutus

Indiana U

Tuesday, October 29, 13


Tuesday, October 29, 13


YEARBOOK

Sports

2

“Great organiza3on

of a lot of informa3on.”

Bluestone

James Madison U

Tuesday, October 29, 13


Tuesday, October 29, 13


YEARBOOK

Sports

“Bold and fun.”

3

Gumbo

Louisiana State U

Tuesday, October 29, 13


Tuesday, October 29, 13


Tuesday, October 29, 13


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Individual

1

Warbler

Eastern Illinois U

“Great use of black-­‐and-­‐white

photography to make this page

dynamic. clean no nonsense page,

with a bit of color flare draws your eyes

into this layout.

Well done.”

Tuesday, October 29, 13


Tuesday, October 29, 13


Tuesday, October 29, 13


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Individual

2

Pillar

Trinity Western U

“Good use of image with flare ligh3ng,

and clear hierarchy in headline.

Not the normal snore-­‐fest presidents

page.”

Tuesday, October 29, 13


Tuesday, October 29, 13


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Individual

3

Agromeck

North Carolina

State U

“I love that this image makes your eyes

move around the page.

More breathing room/use of nega3ve

space would have made this page

cleaner.

Great job.”

Tuesday, October 29, 13


Tuesday, October 29, 13


Tuesday, October 29, 13


YEARBOOKS

Organizations

1

Tower

Loyola Marymount U

“So much content within so much fun.

Love the image, the key, the callouts

and all of it very readable!

Feels appropriately young and

of-­‐the-­‐moment.

Such non-­‐templated effortlessness is

hard to achieve.”

Tuesday, October 29, 13


Tuesday, October 29, 13


YEARBOOKS

Organizations

2

Ibis

U of Miami

“Great tweaks to a tradi3onal yearbook

spread.

Love the angled photos and the great

infographic at the boBom.

Type is well chosen ... it looks nice and

readable and s3ll has personality.”

Tuesday, October 29, 13


Tuesday, October 29, 13


YEARBOOKS

Organizations

3

Tower

Northwest Missouri

State U

“Colors are super fun but doesn’t make

sense with the content unless it’s part

of theme.

Careful of adding design elements just

to fill space ... make sure they help tell

the story somehow like the split photo,

which is nice.”

Tuesday, October 29, 13


Tuesday, October 29, 13


YEARBOOKS

Organizations

“Just because it’s the organiza3ons

sec3on doesn’t mean you can’t treat it

like a regular student life features

spread.

Or if you’re going the more organized,

templated route, make sure it looks

terrific with lots of nice details and

design elements.”

Tuesday, October 29, 13


Tuesday, October 29, 13


ONLINE

Main

1

Media OCU

Oklahoma City U

“It offers a superb combina3on of

mul3ple entry points for fresh content

with a clean and easy-­‐to-­‐navigate

front-­‐page design.”

Tuesday, October 29, 13


ONLINE

Main

1

Media OCU

Oklahoma City U

Tuesday, October 29, 13


ONLINE

Main

2

Montana Journalism

Review

U of Montana

“It gives readers and unique way

to navigate its stories.

The user feels compelled to browse and

understand all the op3ons.”

Tuesday, October 29, 13


ONLINE

Main

2

Montana Journalism

Review

U of Montana

Tuesday, October 29, 13


ONLINE

Main

3

College Heights

Herald

Western Kentucky U

Tuesday, October 29, 13


ONLINE

Main

HM

Observer

Fordham College

at Lincoln Center

Tuesday, October 29, 13


Tuesday, October 29, 13


ONLINE

Social media

1

Pendulum

Elon U

“A-­‐plus for overall tone, image variety

(sizes, types), and topics addressed

ranging from serious to light.

While professional, the tone is

personable and occasionally irreverent,

which is great.

Good reader interac3on.”

Tuesday, October 29, 13


ONLINE

Social media

1

Pendulum

Elon U

Tuesday, October 29, 13


ONLINE

Social media

2

Daily Collegian

Penn State U

“Awesome photos on this site.

Great range of topics addressed,

from micro college stories

to broader world events (and both at

the same 3me).

I like the occasional use of other media

sources, too.”

Tuesday, October 29, 13


ONLINE

Social media

2

Daily Collegian

Penn State U

Tuesday, October 29, 13


ONLINE

Social media

3

Montana Journalism

Review

U of Montana

“Excellent use of a Tumblr

to promote stories.

Great, compelling images and topics.”

Tuesday, October 29, 13


ONLINE

Social media

3

Montana Journalism

Review

U of Montana

Tuesday, October 29, 13


ONLINE

Social media

HM

Indiana Daily Student

Indiana U

Tuesday, October 29, 13


ONLINE

Social media

“There were so many good entries

to choose from.

Overall, I was impressed by the

excellent use of Facebook, TwiBer and

Tumblr to promote publica3ons.”

The judge also recognized

the State News, Michigan State U,

and the East Tennessean, East Tennessee State U.

Tuesday, October 29, 13


Tuesday, October 29, 13


ONLINE

Infographic

1

Shorthorn

U of Texas

at Arlington

“The 3meline won this category.

Strength: amount of content that the

3meline was able to accommodate,

interac3ve elements make it easy for

the user to navigate.

Weakness: Styling and UI needs further

refinement.”

Tuesday, October 29, 13


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Tuesday, October 29, 13


Tuesday, October 29, 13


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Tuesday, October 29, 13


Tuesday, October 29, 13


Tuesday, October 29, 13


ONLINE

Infographic

2

GW Hatchet

George Washington U

“Strength: Hover states make for easy

naviga3on. Photos/map are nice.

Weakness: Lacked the ‘why’ content

within infographic about each loca3on

— would like to see info within rollover

state instead of ‘more info’ link.”

Tuesday, October 29, 13


ONLINE

Infographic

2

GW Hatchet

George Washington U

Tuesday, October 29, 13


ONLINE

Infographic

3

Washington Square

News

New York U

“Strength: Plenty of content, with a

layout that’s easily consumable and

readable. Obviously can work well on

both print and web.

Weakness: Lacked interac3vity for this

category. Could build web effects/

anima3ons into this.”

Tuesday, October 29, 13


Tuesday, October 29, 13


ONLINE

Infographic

HM

Daily Bruin

UCLA

“Commend the team for building this.

Strength: Very visual, UI mimics

expected behavior of an interac3ve

bracket.

Weakness: Lacked unique content

(any content, even intro paragraph,

would have been nice).”

Tuesday, October 29, 13


Tuesday, October 29, 13


ONLINE

Infographic

“Entries had meaningful informa3on

but lacked visual impact.

I realize data-­‐building tools may have

hindered crea3ve freedom.

Entries with interac3ve delivery

such as hover, scrolling and click ac3ons

helped communicate content in an

engaging way.”

Tuesday, October 29, 13


Tuesday, October 29, 13


Lessons from

the Best of Collegiate Design

College Media Association’s

21st annual competition, for 2012-13

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