Jordan Wannemacher

Jordan Wannemacher

Brooklyn, NY, US



Jordan Wannemacher is a young graphic designer and writer currently living in Brooklyn, NY. She is the Design Assistant at Columbia University Press and Savannah College of Art and Design alumni.

  • Two passions: the visual arts and language arts
  • Expert at visual, verbal and written communication
  • An inseparable love affair with InDesign
  • Obsessive about typography
  • Thrives on deadlines and fast-paced environments
  • Sees the book as an art-object (a self-proclaimed book hoarder)
  • Staff writer for the student-run online newspaper “District” (2010-2011 columnist of the year)
  • Music junkie and vinyl collector

Visual inspiration: Asian arts (with a major obsession with Japanese culture), Marian Bantjes, Arts&Crafts movement

Favorite writers: Flannery O’Conner, Charles Bukowski, Jack London and Gary Snyder.



Savannah College of Art and Design - The Writer's Studio, Savannah, GA, Assistant

Tutored students in writing. I worked mostly with art history papers and creative writing exercises. I also assisted the administrative staff with various graphic design projects advertising workshops and tutoring services. Managed appointments and student records.

Nov 2010 - Jun 2012

Design Image Studios, Greenville, SC, US, Assistant

Assisted in the production of signs, vehicle wraps, and promotional materials for local businesses. I was also responsible for maintaining all of the digital files.

May 2010 - Sep 2010


Savannah College of Art and Design, Savannah, GA, US, Bachelors, Visual Communications

I studied Visual Communications with a concentration in Graphic Design. I specialized in print design and publication design with a major typography obsession. I also studied writing at SCAD. I wrote for out student newspaper SCAD District and contributed to our student literary journal "Artemis"

Sep 2009 - Jun 2012


Columnist of the Year - SCAD District, 1st Place

Columnist of the year for satirical pop culture articles.


Best "Hard or Breaking News" Story - Society for Collegiate Journalists, 2nd Place


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