During my time as a student at the University of Bergen, I embarked on an exciting creative journey alongside a fellow student, where we took on the task of rejuvenating a cherished publication. The Atrium magazine, a longstanding voice for students by students since its inception in 1994, was in need of a fresh perspective. Our mission: to breathe new life into its design, layout, and overall aesthetic.
With a keen eye for modernity and minimalism, we embarked on transforming the magazine’s visual identity. Every aspect, from typography to layout, underwent a complete makeover, reflecting the evolving tastes of today’s readers. We introduced a new logo that encapsulated the essence of the old one, infusing it with contemporary relevance.
I was part of the editorial team for some time following the redesign as head of layout. Four of the publications that were produced are showcased below.