Critical Daily is a collaborative and participative project, therefore the quality and relevance of the content need to be aproved by the editors. They are graphic designers, curators, theoreticians or volunteers from the public chosen because of their expertise and ability to evaluate and select good content. All editors will provide their opinion and decide if the projects are relevant to be a part of the portal. Once the project is accepted, it goes live and all visitors and users can start giving their likes and comments.


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Critical Daily is participating also as an admin and equal member of the editorial board on the quality and relevance check of all content posted on the blogzin. Together with other editors it actively works on the approvals and commenting - mostly proceeded by Katarína Balážiková, the author of Critical Daily project.

Hana Hudak
Hana Hudakova is a graphic designer/art director, expert in visual communications with contagious ideas who believes design is not only a thing to make living on but a lifestyle. She has worked in various design studios and advertising agencies in Ireland and Slovakia such as Wiktor Leo Burnett. Recently she is working as visual designer at IBM ISC in Bratislava. She is an active member Open Design Studio through which she has worked on interesting projects (Projekt Fasady, Visible Data, Design and Politics) because she believes design can be also used for the betterment of society. ---> www.hana.hudak.info

Gabriela Ondrišáková
Gabriela Ondrisakova is curator in Slovak Design Museum based in Bratislava. She is a graduate of Comenius University in Bratislava and got the Master degree in History of Art. She has been interested in graphic design since her high school studies, but profesionally she is active as a graphic design historian since she started to work at Slovak Design Museum in 2015. Her Master theses was reflecting the life and work of one of the most influential slovak graphic designers active in critical pracitce - Karol Rosmány. Nowdays Gabriela is researcher and main curator of graphic design collection in Slovak Design Museum in Bratislava.

Zuzana Duchová
Zuzana Duchová is a curator, cultural manager, blogger and active cultural worker. She runs a pop-up gallery and cultural refreshments at the Bratislava Central Station, Salónik, and works at the Cultural Contact Point Slovakia, Bratislava. Her areas of interest are site-specific art, national stereotypes, urban life, visual studies and design. She worked as external lecturer at the TBU Zlín and STU Bratislava. In addition to the theoretical investigation of the cultural life in cities, she co-organised a number of events at the intersection of art, architecture, creative tourism (Urban Re/Creation, Urban Reset, Anti-award for Architecture Brutus). Duchová edited two books about contemporary culture of Bratislava: BA! U-fu-turistický sprejvodca Bratislavou and BA!! Miesta živej kultúry, 1989-2016. She is a member of Atrakt Art collective and has been involved in its projects of the A4 - Zero Space cultural centre and 3/4 magazine. She has also been a co-organiser of the Multiplace festival and was involved in Summer Open Academy (2006-07). She has published widely about contemporary culture.


Anna Ulahelová
Anna Ulahelová is a graduate of Master studies in Visual Communication at the Academy of Fine Arts in Bratislava, where she currently studies as a ArtD student at the Department of Visual Communication. She is organizing discussion sessions for students called Design Talk, which is a platform for discussion. She worked as a graphic designer in studio KAT in Bratislava and studio GRAD in the city of Vilnius. She is dedicated to graphic design and visual communications theory and in the wider social and environmental context. Together with other students of Visual Communication she co-organizes events called "Design Kiosk". ---> www.cargocollective.com/au-folio

Gabika Rusková
Gabika Rusková is a graphic designer based in Bratislava. In 2016 she graduated from Academy of Fine Arts and Design in Bratislava and studied also at Designskolen Kolding, Denmark. She considers herself to be an explorer, hates the “no” word and loves everything esthetic. The more she learns, the happier she becomes and likes to stay open-minded. She is fascinated by the online space, not only as a tool for easy showcasing, but because of the aspect that print could never give her. Motion. Making visuals alive not only on the outside, but also from the inside. She thinks adding emotions to this anonymous space is something she is willing to work at for as long as she can. To see about her works, visit her website at gabikaruskova.persona.co/gbk.