CASE Awards 2005

For the second year in a row, Emdoubleyu Design’s work for The Univeristy of British Columbia (UBC) has been recognized by the Council for Advancement and Support of Education (CASE) with a Bronze Award for the 2005 Viewbook in the Student Publications category.

Headquartered in Washington, DC, with an office in London, CASE is the professional organization for advancement professionals at all levels who work in alumni relations, communications, and development.

“The Viewbook reflects the diversity of UBC’s programmes and the students’ learning opportunities,” says Matt Warburton of Emdoubleyu Design. “It was aimed at high school students so the piece had to be clear and graphic while delivering a lot of critical information. We chose to use a bright yellow square to help prospective students visualize themselves in the many facets of campus life. The clean square and simple copy identify the focus of each section.” Matt really enjoys the relationship with UBC. “The team we put together for this piece was talented and committed, the university was great to work with because they saw we had a grasp of their needs and a vision to produce a book that would truly deliver their message.”

The project was a collaboration between Emdoubleyu Design, Cathy Beaumont of IMPACS, Paul Joseph Photography and UBC Enrolment Services.

To see the viewbook, click here.

For more information contact:

Lynn Warburton at
Emdoubleyu Design

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