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AIGA is grateful to the following sponsors who actively support AIGA and its activities. In addition, we are thankful for the enabling support provided by our alliance partners.
AIGA’s official sponsors—Adobe, Aquent and Shutterstock—make
significant investments in AIGA, and in turn support activities we would not be
able to pursue alone. Their support is critical to AIGA's full range of programs each
year and represent a substantial and sustained investment in the future of
design and the design profession.
As AIGA’s Official AIGA Sponsor for Design Solutions, Adobe
creates innovative programs that give members a voice and engage the creative
community in dialogues about design and technology.
Aquent is the Official AIGA Sponsor for Professional
Development, serving as a source for creative and design talent as well as
providing access to great career opportunities for AIGA members nationwide.
AIGA’s Official Sponsor for Creative Inspiration,
Shutterstock, offers members a comprehensive library of more than 15 million
stock photographs and vector illustrations.
Presenting sponsors play a critical role by investing in a
single national AIGA event or initiative that AIGA develops for its members. Frequently, these activities
would not be possible without the support of the presenting sponsor.
Blurb, the easy-to-use, on-demand publishing platform, is the Presenting Sponsor of 50 Books/50 Covers—and offers AIGA members a discount to make their own books.
PepsiCo Nutrition Ventures develops new solutions that target the special nutritional needs of individuals with diverse health and nutrition challenges. In summer and fall of 2012, PepsiCo Nutrition Ventures hosted three Design for Good Summits with AIGA and brought together design professionals and civic leaders to develop innovative solutions to community-specific problems related to dietary guidance and lifestyle management.
The Creative Group (TCG)—a leader in matching creative talent with the best companies—is the Presenting Sponsor of INitiative, a new AIGA national program that provides knowledge and tools to help in-house designers make a greater impact at their companies, evolve professionally and connect with a broader network of peers.
Program and event sponsors contribute to the resources
necessary for AIGA to provide specific individual programs and events to its
members, to the broader design community or to the public.
Academy of Art UniversityAdamsMorioka, Inc.AdobeAquentAppleBigstockBlurb Core 77DomtarEizoExtensisHerman Miller
Hoefler Frere-JonesJohnson & JohnsonLippincottlynda.comMag+Mohawk Fine PapersMonotype ImagingMOONeenah PaperNewPagePantonePentagram
PepsiCo Nutrition VenturesRockportSappi Fine PaperShutterstockSYPartnersTargetThe Creative GroupTiffany & Co.UniventureVSA Partners
Herman MillerSierra SignsVGS, Visual Graphic Systems
DomtarMohawk Fine PapersNeenah PaperNewPageReich Paper Sappi Fine Paper
AccuLinkAmerican Printing Co.MET Fine PrintersO’Neil PrintingSandy Alexander
Robert Wood Johnson Foundation
National Endowment for the Arts (NEA)New York City Department of Cultural Affairs
Covers the period of October 1, 2011 to the present. Last updated March 1, 2013.
AIGA builds alliances with other organizations that reinforce our
capacity to empower the success of designers, demonstrate the value of
design and stimulate thinking about design.
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Corporations may partner with AIGA as long-term or short-term
NEW YORK—March 5, 2013. A new professional fellowship program developed by Design Ignites Change and AIGA aims to support social impact projects by providing seed funding and mentoring to creative professionals.
NEW YORK—February 12, 2013. AIGA’s Design Leaders Confidence Index inched upward in the fourth quarter of 2012, climbing from 100.51 to 101.72. Given the economic anxiety surrounding the Congressional ultimatum on the “fiscal cliff,” this sustained level of confidence seems to bode well for designers.
NEW YORK—February 5, 2013. A lifetime of achievement in design can take many forms. The 2013
recipients of the AIGA Medal, the highest honor of the design profession,
represent the range of contributions designers make to clients, future
generations and society at large—through inspiration, thoughtful critique,
social impact and the education of future design leaders.
AIGA San Antonio
Member since 2013
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