At MAUGEDESIGN, we provide custom and pre-designed book covers and digital posters at affordable prices. We'll also format and design your book for you if you need help making it more attracting, with each design meticulously created to adhere to printing industry standards and ready to be printed by any printer of your choosing. We also can develop an e-book for you if you want to publish your book electronically. Contact us today to get started!

Our team of graphic designers is ready and eager to help create a stunning, one-of-a-kind cover that will make your book stand out! Here are a few reasons why you should collaborate with our professional designers for your book cover.


At MAUGEDESIGN, we believe in offering our customers the very best in book cover design services. We know that your book is important to you, and you want people to pick it up and read it. With a professionally designed cover from our team of graphic designers, you can have an outstanding book cover that catches peoples’ attention. In this post, we’ll look at four reasons to choose us for your next book cover. If you have any questions, please contact us right away!


Carole Maugé-Lewis has been the heart, driving force, and academic excellence of students, and award-winning design output that ranks Kennesaw State University (KSU) among the “2020 GDUSA Top Graphic Design Schools,” and among the “7 Best Graphic Design schools in Georgia, US” according to For over 25 years, Maugé-Lewis served as founder, professor, and coordinator of the Graphic Communication concentration’s curriculum development, course structure, and design instruction at the School of Art and Design at KSU.

disaster matters book cover design

The MAUGEDESIGN team completed two textbooks, Disasters Matter: Disaster Matters and Voices: Monologues and Dramatic Text for Caribbean Actors, for high school students in the Caribbean.


VOICES: Monologues & Dramatic Text for Caribbean Actors

Edited by Yvonne Weekes | The print edition from MAUGEDESIGN+HNP

"An indelible educational resource ... a triumphant finding for performing arts students in their search for Caribbean-based performance material."

– Saira Dhanoo, Curriculum Officer

Visual & Performing Arts Unit, Ministry of Education

Trinidad and Tobago.


We present our 2021 showcase – roughly 700 projects from a wave of more than 11,000 entries ‒ that reflects the many ways in which graphic design shapes business, society, culture and causes – and can be a source of clarity and lucidity at a moment of murk and confusion. Winners in this 58th annual edition run the gamut from print and packaging to internet and interactive, from dream assignments to bread and butter endeavors, from established stars to rising newcomers, from red states to blue. That this is among the largest of six decades of this endeavor says nothing about us but a lot about the resilience of creative professionals, the value of design, and the complexity of the human condition. We get knocked down, but we keep getting back up for more and, sometimes, for better. The showcase will also appear soon in a print edition and a digital edition.|4|440


American Graphic Design Awards:|19|20

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GDUSA’s American Inhouse Design Awards™ is the original and premier showcase for outstanding work by inhouse designers and their departments. According to Gordon Kaye, editor: "This year’s showcase of roughly 350 projects – there were a near record 6,800+ entries ... in which inhouse creatives advance the mission of and build value for their companies, institutions, brands, products, services and causes."|32

Our team enjoyed collaborating on a visual voice to deliver the message embodied in the theme of the book fair, The Cure. We’re pleased that GDUSA understood the aesthetic behind the mask-related communication for our audience.

Peruse the digital flip book as well.