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Two 2018 American Graphic Design Awards

6 Dec

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I am proud to have won two 2018 American Graphic Design Awards from GDUSA Magazine. The winners are features from ADDitude Magazine, and this marks the eleventh consecutive year that I have been a recipient.

Roughly 10,000 entries were submitted, and highly selective 10% of projects were recognized with Certificates of Excellence. Receiving multiple awards is rare. My entries will be published in the printed 55th Anniversary Design Annual, the Website and Mobile Showcase, and downloadable Digital Edition.

Thank you to the Editors and Judges from GDUSA, as well as to Susan Caughman, New Hope Media’s CEO and ADDitude Editor-in-Chief, Wayne Kayln, ADDitude Editor, Ron Anteroinen, ADDitude Art Director, and all of my colleagues on the ADDitude team.

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New Work: ADDitude Spring 2018 Issue

5 Feb

New Project: ADDitude

26 Oct ADDitude Magazine, Winter 2016 cover
ADDitude Magazine, Winter 2016 cover

The cover of the ADDitude Winter 2016 issue.

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First spread of a feature on children with ODD.

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Opening spread of a feature on Cognitive Behavioral Therapy.

I’m pleased to be working on a new freelance project as the Consulting Creative Director of ADDitude magazinePart of New Hope Media, ADDitude is the premier media network dedicated to providing authoritative, in-depth information coupled with practical, real-life solutions for families and individuals impacted by attention deficit and learning differences. The Winter 2016 issue is my first and will soon be arriving to subscribers, physician’s offices, schools and special educators, newsstands, and other places where ADHD families turn for help. I find great satisfaction as a publication designer when I can work as part of a collaborative team that presents readers with the information they’re looking for, and does it in a creative and supportive way that makes the content easily accessible. I’m pleased with the results, and look forward to working with the ADDitude staff on this fun and important publication.

SPD-U: Five Questions for Jason Sfetko, Deputy Art Director, The New York Times Magazine

19 May

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_JasonSfetko_PortraitThe latest post in my Five Questions for… blog series for SPD-U, profiles Deputy Art Director of The New York Times Magazine, Jason Sfetko. Jason is, an RIT grad, who has worked at some of the top magazines in the industry.

“Make sure you are passionate about what you do.”—Jason Sfetko

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