Judith Zaugg studied at the School of Visual Arts in Bern, Switzerland, majoring in Illustration and Graphic Design, and graduated in 1991. Two years later, she co-founded the comic group, Gangloff. She was awarded a grant for Graphic Design, and spent a year at the Academy Schloss Solitude in Stuttgart, Germany, in 1997-1998. During this period, her first children's book, 'Bruno Orso fliegt ins Weltall', was published. Since 1997, she has run her own studio for illustration and graphic design. In 1999, Judith Zaugg won the Swiss Federal Prize for Graphic design and Illustration. Her work has been exhibited on several occasions, such as the comic exhibition at the Swiss Institute New York, 'Bubbles 'n' Boxes 'n' Beyond'.
Judith Zaugg's work is a mixed medium of computer graphics and drawings. She lives and works in her studio in Bern, where she creates illustrations for a living, and is also active as a comic artist.