UDA Annual 2018

Change.

Make a difference becomes important.

We needed to change. The change was good when we realized that changes exist around our presence. Change means to make something different. Differentiating our identity by differentiating our thinking and activities. Therefore, the change is important for now and it generates UDA an important organization.

We changed our existence by sharing our creativity because we are designers. Our visual languages are unique and thoughtful; our hearts are honest and humble, and we concern for now and tomorrow. These are the personalities of the United Designs Alliance (UDA). Currently, UDA is concentrating on its global position in stabilizing and leading visual communication design practices and educational values for concerning our humanity.


Together as one United Designs Alliance.

Hence we, the united designers, will continue our journey together to define the UDA as an influential design organization in the world with concerns for humanity and the culture because we believe design is about Firmitas, Utilitas, and Venustas.



CONTENTS

INTRODUCTION
ABOUT UDA
2019 UDA SCHEDULE
NEW MEMBER
UDA MEMBERS DIRECTORY
OUR DISCIPLINE NOW
UDA MEDALLIONS
INT’L DESIGN COMPETITION: SIGNS, SYMBOLS, AND LOGOS (SSL)
INT’L DESIGN COMPETITION: POSTER DESIGN
UDA WEBINAR
ANNUAL MEMBERS’ SHOWCASE



Credit

Creative Direction by Albert Young Choi
Cover Design by Donald Tarallo
Catalog Design by YOUNGGAM
Photography by Albert Young Choi
Photography Location: Ulreung-do & Dok-do, Korea
Introduction Copy by Albert Young Choi
Typeface ‘AC Young’ by Albert Young Choi
First Edition Printed: January 25, 2019
First Edition E-book Published: February 10, 2019
Publisher: United Designs Alliance


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