The Undergraduate Journal of Art History & Visual Culture (UJAH) is a free student journal published once every year by the Department of Art History, Visual Art and Theory and the Art History Students’ Association at the University of British Columbia.
As the Graphic Designer, I worked alongside the editors to bring a bold new look to the journal, my goal was to create a strong and unique layout where the written content could shine and be the protagonist. I also wanted to incorporate different paper sizes and textures; having a tight budget made this a challenging goal but with the help of Mitchell Press we were able to find smart solutions.
Undergraduate Advisor Faculty of Arts at UBC
"Daniela worked with our department on the annual student journal of critical essays, artist profiles, and exhibition reviews. She came up with an entirely new creative concept for the journal that, through its structure of differing page sizes and paper stocks, cleverly revealed the information hierarchy within it, as each type of content received a distinct treatment. Hand-assembled in a short print run, Daniela’s design was a nod to limited edition artists’ books, and entirely appropriate to the spirit of the publication. Creative, detailed oriented, and a pragmatic project manager, Daniela was a tremendous asset in this important annual project."