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Accessibility & Design

We all know someone or have a loved one with a disability. Below is a great article from AIGA on design, and how to convey accessibility to buildings, transportation, and also about, user-centered museum information graphics. 101 more words

Artist Perspective

Matteo Bologna - March 1st

I had the pleasure of meeting and taking a workshop with Matteo while in Savannah. This is an excellent opportunity to hear and learn from one of the premier creative minds of our time right in our own backyard. 18 more words


AIGA Columbus Event

AIGA Columbus invites you to our January Meetup!

Join us for a time to network and connect with other design and creatives in our area. We will share stories, sketch, and  32 more words


And The ADDY Goes To...

By Hailey Kilbarger

This past Tuesday, a group of advertising students and a group of graphic design students came together to put their creativity to the test. 321 more words


AIGA’s “Love IS” event brings people together through difficult times

By Danielle Leonard

“I wanted to do something that is a little scary for me which is showing bits of my body and personal story,” Maggie Halm, a graphic design major at Cleveland State University, said. 483 more words

Arts & Entertainment

Designing for Inclusion

A major theme of the User Experience symposia at AIGA 2017 was empathizing with users. Even calling them users is counterintuitive to your goals as an experience designer. 229 more words

My Top 3 Highlights from the Inaugural AIGA Eye on Design Conference 2017

The design event of the year has finally arrived. Ever since I heard about this event, shortly after it was announced earlier this year, I have been looking forward to it’s arrival. 739 more words

Graphic Design