Author Guidelines

Article Title (Capital letters at the beginning of words, 14pt, centered)
The title describes the focus of the research in a maximum of 20 words

First Author1, Second Author2, Third Author, ... (10pt)
1Department, Faculty, University, City, Country (10pt)
2Research Group, Institution, City, Country (10pt)
Email: [email protected], [email protected], ...  (10pt)

Abstract (10pt, bold Abstract written in English with a maximum of 200 words, must contain:) 
Purpose (10pt, bold): simple words tell about the purpose of the research. There was no discussion, no story, only the purpose of the research.
Research methods (10pt, bold): give names, brands, types of tools, processes, software, reviews, and surveys used to conduct the research. There is no discussion or explanation with 60 words maximum.
Findings (10pt, bold): Write only the main results and discussion in a few words. There is no discussion or explanation.
Implications (10pt, bold): Write down the implications/meaning of the research results in a few words. The contents of the abstract are written using Arial fonts, 10pt, 1,0 spacing, and in a one-column format.

Keywords (10pt, bold): letters, journals, format [words written in lowercase except for abbreviations, in 3-6 words, separated by commas, Arial, 10pt. Use words or phrases that precisely describe the article's contents, consider the ease of keywords when searching in search engines (for example, searches using Google), and don't use unusual abbreviations.

The following are instructions or writing procedures in the Journal of Aesthetics, Design, and Art Management. The author is fully responsible for the contents of the manuscript written. The manuscript's content is the author's original work, which has never been published in print or other online media. [Arial, 12, standard 1.0 (single) space]. Articles presented in English. 

The introduction contains background and objectives of the research based on problems and phenomena as well as their relationship with existing theories. Show the novelty of existing research.

This part explains the research approach undertaken, the focus of the research, the respondents, the size and determination of the sample, and how to collect and analyze data.

This part contains the results of the research and discussion of the data found, and the meaning and or implications of the research results (scientific impact).

This part contains research conclusions and suggestions for further research.

Equations or formulas are written to include the equation number sequentially using Arabic numerals in parentheses. Equation numbers are tabbed to right-align the equation numbers as shown below:
E=mc²    (1)
Explained that E is energy, m is mass, and c is the speed of light (1)
Manuscript Format
Script Length [Title section: Arial, 12pt, Bold, Capital Letters at the Beginning of Words]

Manuscripts are written in A4 paper size with 10-15 pages, including tables and figures, and concerning the writing procedures as they have been compiled in this writing or style guide.
Manuscript Organization
Every paragraph change without blank line spacing, and start the paragraph with indented writing on the 7th space beat to create the first letter. The line spacing for scripts is single—numbering headings with Arabic system with sub-headings up to a maximum of 3 levels.
Tables must be numbered in the order of presentation (Table 1, Table 2, etc.). To show where the table is, use the number from the table. Don't use the words below, above, the following, etc. The table's title is written on the table in a centered position. Registering the table number is followed by a colon (:). The Arial font size used is 10pt, and the part of the writing is in the middle (centered). Each table description is accompanied by a source or reference marked with square brackets [...] at the opening and closing source.

Table 1: Table Title (Arial, 10, spacing 1pt normal)
[Source: source writing starts and ends with square brackets]

No. Name of Respondent Answers Questionnaire
a b c d abstain
1 Respondent A Agree Better Less ... ... etc
2 Respondent B Agree Better Less ... ... etc
3 Respondent C Agree Better Less ... ... etc
...etc ...etc ...etc ... etc ... etc ... etc ... etc
(horizontal borders are only used at the start and end without vertical lines, each horizontal column uses gray and white alternately)

The figure must be numbered in the order of presentation (Figure 1, Figure 2, etc.). The figure title is placed below the figure with the center position (centered). Writing the figure number is followed by a period (.) Then the title of the figure. The Arial font size used is 10pt, the position in the middle. Each description of the figure adds Source or reference is marked with square brackets [...] on the opening and closing of the Source. Each table description comes with the Source or reference. To indicate the figure's location, use the figure's number. Don't use the words below, above, the following, etc.

Figure 1. Figure Title (Arial, 10, standard one space)
[Source: Reference [1]]
Write a bibliography using the following conditions;?1) Use at least 12 journal articles; 2) Use journal references in the last decade at 30% of the total reference.; 3) Use citation software in citing the referenced Source; 4) Use the formal writing of a bibliography based on the IEEE Style method described as follows:
The style of bibliography uses the IEEE style. The reference writing uses numbers enclosed in square brackets like this [1]. The references are written sequentially, and all written references should be referred into the script or paper.
* References from books
[1]    Favin Ambrosse and Paul Harris, Basic Design: Design Thinking.: AVA Publishing, 2010.
* References from a journal article
[2]     Florent Berthaut, Victor Zappi, and Dario Mazzanti, "Scenography of Immersive Virtual Musical Instruments," IEEE VR Workshop: Sonic interaction in virtual environments (SIVE), pp. 19-24, 2014. 
* References from a newspaper article
[3] G. Slapper. Corporate manslaughter: new issues for lawyers.The Times, (3 Sep 2005),b, p.4.
* References from standard
[4] Wireless LAN Medium Access Control (MAC) and Physical Layer (PHY) Specification, IEEE Std. 802.11, 1997.
* References from a conference paper
[5]    Cynthia L. Bennett and Daniela K. Rosner, "The Promise of Empathy: Design, Disability, and Knowing the "Other," in CHI '19: Proceedings of the 2019 CHI Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems, New York, 2019, pp. 1-13.
* References from the dissertation
[6]    J. Richmond. "Customer expectations in the world of electronic banking: a case study of the Bank of Britain." Ph. D, Anglia Ruskin University, Chelmsford, 2005.
* References from Websites
[7]    NaM. Duncan. "Engineering Concepts on Ice. Internet:, 25 Oktober, 2000 [Nov. 29, 2003].
The writing manuscript uses an Arial typeface for the entire manuscript, with the letter size exemplified in this writing guide. Spacing is single, and the contents of the text or text use the left-right alignment (justified).
Page Size
The page size is A4 (210 mm x 297 mm). Page margins are 2.5 cm on top and bottom. Especially for odd pages, use a 3 cm margin, and for even pages, use a 3 cm margin; the rest follows the top-down margins.
Script Layout
An easy way to make layouts is to use this guide directly.
Leave a blank line between different chapters and between sub-chapters in the text.
Acknowledgments indicate sources of funding or help received in carrying out the research or preparing the manuscript, if any.

Submission Preparation Checklist
1) The submission has not been previously published, nor is it before another journal for consideration (or an explanation has been provided in Comments to the Editor).

2) The submission file is in Microsoft Word

3) Where available, URLs for the references have been provided.

4) Article manuscripts must match the journal template

5) Maximum length of accepted manuscript is 15 pages including title and bibliography. If there are excess pages, they will be returned to the author for re-editing.

6) Authors are required to complete 5 steps of uploading articles through the Journal of Aesthetic, Design, and Art Management OJS system. Otherwise, the article cannot be processed to the next stage.

This guide has explained how the manuscripts/articles must be written and prepared for publication in the Journal of Aesthetics, Design, and Art Management. All incoming texts will go through a review process by I Journal of Aesthetics, Design, and Art Management Peer Reviewers. Articles that have been accepted will be published by the Journal of Aesthetics, Design, and Art Management at, which is scheduled to be published two times a year.