NJ Design owner honored by GDUSA
Reno’s NJ Designs’ Founder and Creative Director Natalie Ede was awarded for her design work on the Washoe County Medical Society’s bi-monthly publication the WCMS Communicator.
The award was sponsored by Graphic Design USA (GDUSA), and will feature her design in their latest publication, GDUSA
“I am honored to receive such high praise for my work,” said Natalie Ede. “My goal as a designer is and has always been to make sure my clients are happy. To also receive national recognition for my work for the fourth time in my career is truly icing on the cake.”
“We have a much more engaging newsletter with this new design,” said Mary Ann McCauley, WCMS executive director. “This national recognition is a great testimony to Natalie’s talent.”
Graphic Design USA (GDUSA) has published the winners of its 2017 Health + Wellness Design Awards™. These awards honor designers in the critical areas of our economy including: traditional medicine and healthcare, healthy lifestyles and nutrition, and public health messaging.
For more than five decades, GDUSA has sponsored design competitions that spotlight areas of excellence and opportunity for creative professionals. The Health + Wellness Design Awards are open to everyone in the graphic arts community — including graphic design firms, advertising agencies, in-house corporate and institutional designers, publishers and other media. This year there were over 1,000 entries; a highly selective 15 percent were selected for recognition.
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