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Covers of AIGA annual 1 (left), designed by James Miho, and 29 (right), designed by Paula Scher.
At various times in its history, AIGA has published an annual to showcase the work selected
“365: AIGA Annual Design Competition” and “AIGA 50
Books/50 Covers,” as the best examples of design excellence for
a given year. These catalogues—whether digital or in print—feature
photographs of each selection as well as jurors' comments and
extensive credits. Recent editions have also featured contextual
essays for each section, jurors' work and biographies, and
retrospectives of the AIGA
Medalists. All the winning selections from the AIGA competitions can be found online in the AIGA Design Archives.
Ziba not only planned the 2010 IDSA annual conference—from concept and visual identity to publicity and speaker selection—but also helped to close generational gaps and return the event to relevance.
Section: Why Design -
experience design, metrics of effectiveness, design educators, students
Because in-house designers regularly collaborate with different departments, they can develop a well-rounded view of needs and opportunities within their organization. By applying their unique design thinking skills to non-design problems, in-house designers have the ability to effect positive change from within.
Section: Tools and Resources
Web and Graphic Design InternSAGA
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Parrish Side Chair by Konstantin Grcic for Emeco
December 4, 2014
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