Newspaper redesigns and design consulting

redesign

Are you launching a new product? Want to add some life to your living pages? Asbury Design can help you make a splash with your readers. More importantly, we’ll help you set up an infrastructure to make sure your design looks great for years to come.

Newspaper redesign consulting

Time for a fresh look for your paper? We’re experts in page architecture, story planning, color, typography and design.

We won’t just parachute in, change the fonts and leave. We’re committed to building a design that fits your community, training your newsroom and improving your workflow to produce better results.

The result? A paper than is better planned, more thoughtful and more engaging.

Asbury Design specializes in small, weekly and community newspapers. We can do it all at a price that won’t drain your budget.

Newspaper design workshops

Asbury Design offers one-day workshops guaranteed to improve your newspaper’s look. We’ll change the way you think, plan and execute your design.

About Asbury Design

Steven Asbury is a former award-winning page-one and features designer for the 125,000-circulation News Tribune in Tacoma, Washington. While at the paper, he led the conversion to broadsheet and redesign of The News Tribune’s features section. His design work has also appeared in The Oregonian and the Springfield (Oregon) News. Most recently, Steven was the consultant on the redesign of Eugene Magazine and Open for Business magazine. You can see some of Steven’s publication design work here.

Steven currently teaches newspaper design at the University of Oregon’s School of Journalism and Communication. He has led several newspaper design workshops and has been a panelist and speaker at Society for News Design Quick Courses.

In college, Steven was the editor of the UO’s Oregon Daily Emerald in 1997 where his redesign work lead the paper to become the best designed student newspaper in the nation as judged by the Society for Newspaper Design and earned him the runner-up position in SND’s national College Designer of the Year competition.