Liberty staff members win design awards
Five graphic designers with Liberty University’s Office of Promotional Publications have been awarded certificates of excellence in the 2011 American InHouse Design Awards.
The contest included more than 4,000 entries representing in-house design departments nationwide, with a highly selective 15 percent being recognized. Liberty designers won nine out of the 20 entries, or 45 percent of the competition.
|From left: AJ Chan, Kathleen Ostrom, Carter Wingfield, Josh Rice and Caleb Atkins.|
The American InHouse Design Awards is the premier showcase for designers’ work. It is a unique opportunity for in-house design, marketing and communications departments within corporations, publishing houses, non-profits, universities and government agencies to be recognized for creativity, for the special challenges they face, and for their contributions to their businesses and institutions.
Past award winners include Aetna, Apple, BlueCross Blue Shield, Disney, Forbes Magazine, Geico Insurance, Harvard University, Yale University, Pepsi-Cola and Toyota.
The competition was organized by Graphic Design USA, which publishes a monthly magazine for creative design professionals. The group has been organizing design competitions for nearly five decades.
Liberty’s winning projects and the names of winning designers are:
1. Welcome Week Booklet – Kathleen Ostrom
2. College for a Weekend Spring Mailer – Kathleen Ostrom
3. 2010 Summer Orientation Mailer – AJ Chan
4. 2010 Resident Recruitment Fact Piece – Caleb Atkins
LIBERTY UNIVERSITY ONLINE ACADEMY
1. LUOA Magazine Ad – Carter Wingfield