UA Students Recognized by National Graphic Design Group

Four students in Jonathan Cumberland’s graphic design classes have been recognized for their work in the 60th GDUSA (Graphic Design USA) Annual Showcase. GDUSA is one of the oldest graphic design organizations in America.

  • Katelyn Daniewicz won for her “Foxfire” Logo. Daniewicz, from Northport, Ala., graduated in December 2023 with a BFA in graphic design.
  • Katie Nebbia won for her design of a mobile website for “Fuku Ramen.” Nebbia, from Buffalo, NY, graduated in December 2023 with a BFA in graphic design and a minor in news media.
  • Andy Nguyen won for his design of a mobile website for “Viet Huong.” Nguyen, from Madison, Ala., is a senior BFA in graphic design major.
  • Reese Yarbrough won for her “Hive Mind” brochure. Yarbrough, from Alabaster, Ala., is a junior BFA in graphic design major.

The designs for which these students were recognized were work they produced in Cumberland’s courses in the fall of 2023.

GDUSA explained that the winners come from a wide variety of organizations and businesses: from traditional to new media; from inspirational assignments to bread and butter projects; from large creative agencies and departments to boutique design studios and freelancers and student work. Student winners include Syracuse University, SCAD and Pratt Institute. A list of all the winners can be found here.

To find out more about The University of Alabama’s programs in studio art and art history, visit our Degree Programs page.