Julie Rogge is a graphic designer (MFA Art Center College of Design) and current Web Developer for the Arts Division at UC Santa Cruz. She finds applying her design skills to socially important projects, such as Critical Sustainabilities, and many projects for the Arts Division, most inspiring. In a world where many things compete for our attention, she thinks it would be great if the truly relevant things stood out.
As faculty, Julie lead the Community Service Graphic Design Workshop at Art Center College of Design for four years. During that time she supervised students in creating and completing over 100 projects for non-profit organizations. In her seven years at UC Santa Cruz, she has enjoyed working with creative people inside and outside of the Arts Division. Her graphics are everywhere: from barn signs to lecture series posters, stationery to websites, ecards to logotypes, awards to chocolate packaging. In addition, Julie designed the cover art for Miriam Greenberg's recent book, Crisis Cities (2014), a collaborative project with Kevin Fox Gotham. See more of her design work at roggedesign.com.
Design and construction of this website, design of Critical Sustainabilties logotype