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Art vs Design [article via AIGA]

This article was brought to my attention by a colleague, Rachel Kocarnik. So please, check out her blog (and portfolio, if you’re hiring!)  and thank her for getting me to rant. 602 more words

Maker Faire at High Point University

In case you missed the Maker Faire last Saturday at HPU we have some pictures of our AIGA Triad NC booth! We had a great time manning the booth and were able to give a lot of people information about AIGA…we were surprised to see so many new members there! 33 more words

Meet the Design Ability Team!

We are AIGA Raleigh’s Board Members that represent
the Design Ability team. We’re here to create opportunities that leverage your skill set and knowledge as a creative as well while provide support for students, emerging designers and professionals in the Triangle area. 883 more words


A designer is everything +

Designers have permission to be everything.

Today on the AIGA website there was a small article published that explained what a designer was. Thankfully the author said what I’ve been thinking: a designer is everything…PLUS. 129 more words

Graphic Design

Acclaimed Emmy-Award Winning Designer Karin Fong To Headline Speaker Series For AIGA Los Angeles: Professional Association Of Design

Los Angeles, CA (PRWEB) September 07, 2014
Recently lauded by Fast Company magazine as one of the “100 Most Creative People in Business,” Karin Fong brings her savvy and insight to AIGA’s fourth installment of their speaker series on Tuesday, September 23, 2014, at Maker City LA in Los Angel…

Happy Birthday, AIGA-Iowa!

In 2014, AIGA-Iowa turned 20! The American Institute of Graphic Arts (or AIGA) was founded in 1914 as a small club of graphic artists, printers, publishers and illustrators gathered in New York City. 60 more words


Photo Imaging // GRA 205 // NHIA

Week 1

Re-thinking design with photography

Our first project we’ll be working on the presentation for an announcement to the AIGA 2015 Design Conference. The location is New Orleans, October 8-10. 627 more words