InPrint Magazine is an organization I co-founded and currently run. My role as a co-director involves supervising the Marketing Design team, who publicizes all of our content and makes each year's annual sales a success, as well as overall finances of the organization which includes applying to grants, creating fundraisers, and communicating directly with our printing partner.
Who are we?
InPrint Magazine is a student-run publication that discusses issues in Design education, the industry, and the world through the lens of the design community at UC Davis. In each annual issue, we showcase the work, perspectives, and advice of students, alumni, and faculty across all disciplines.
As a club, InPrint also provides a collaborative space for students to grow as interdisciplinary designers by engaging in graphic and web design, photography, writing, and social media. We challenge our fellow students to think more critically about their work and role as emerging designers in the 21st century.
InPrint is a...
...collaborative space for students to grow as interdisciplinary designers!
(Click the links below TO check them out!)
Issue 01: First impressions (released Spring 2017)
Issue 02: Re:Build (released Spring 2018)
THE PEOPLE BEHIND THE IDEA
What Do We Do?
Our organization offers students the unique opportunity to participate in the making of a printed publication while learning more about the design industry and their very own peers and professors.
Among its many goals, InPrint dedicates itself to increasing the accessibility of design to the design community. In Winter of 2017, we collaborated with an industry professional and UC Davis staff, Gwen Amos, to bring to our community a full day workshop on designing layouts for print.
As public relations head and financial chair, I have the responsibility of getting funds to print out each annual issue. This is our 2017-18 Sponsorship Package, that we send out to sponsors to ask them to support us through ads, selecting packages, or donating.
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Designed by Timothea Wang.