The latest issue of NURSING FOR/UM for University of Maryland’s School of Nursing focuses on nursing in the military – the professional and personal impact it’s had on UMSON’s students, alumni, and faculty who are active-duty, reserves, or veterans. Other stories explore a high school program that introduces students to careers in health care, and a professor’s research on preparing families for difficult end-of-life decisions. Photography by Chris Myers and Chris Hartlove. Illustrations by Hanna Barczyk.
Most offices follow a typical calendar. Given the amount of educational projects we do, our office tracks the year by semesters. Our spring 2018 semester is again filled with adjunct teaching gigs. Elizabeth will be teaching a graduate publication design course at MICA, while Claude and Kevin will be teaching graphic design and typography (respectively) at Towson University.
We were asked to undertake a comprehensive redesign of the alumni magazine for the University of Notre Dame’s Mendoza College of Business. For us, the process started with conversations between our staff and theirs.
We recently created a new identity and website for KublerWirka, a consulting firm that works in partnership with nonprofit organizations to help advance education and culture. Our assignment included a new mark, a full stationery set, a mobile friendly website, and an identity guidelines package.
The latest issue of Leap Magazine for Johns Hopkins Medicine Division of Rheumatology focuses on filters: finding patterns of autoantibodies in the blood samples of patients with rheumatic diseases and using ultrasound to discover new facets of myositis. A photo essay is also included in the issue, highlighting recent faculty research. Illustrations by Mike Austin. Photography by Howard Korn.
We’re happy to welcome the University of Baltimore as a new editorial partner. We designed the Fall ’17 issue of their alumni magazine, featuring stories that examine how the UB community is reaching out and making an impact on some of the city’s big issues such as the opioid epidemic and the dire conditions of veterans and lower-income tenants. Illustrations by Peter Grundy.
The Fall 2017 issue of Carey Business considers the effects of two recent crises — the 2015-16 Zika virus epidemic and the 2017 hurricane season — and the lessons we might learn from them. Researchers at Johns Hopkins Carey Business School are involved in determining economic impacts and suggesting potential steps to temper the impact of these serious calamities. Zika illustrations by Andrea Ucini.