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AIGA builds alliances with organizations that reinforce our capacity to empower the success of designers, demonstrate the value of design and stimulate thinking about design. Partnerships across a range sectors—from media to academia—are based on collaborations in which the programming of each organization reinforces the goals and objectives of both. AIGA
promotes the activities of its partners as an extension
of activities that AIGA believes members deserve and are provided in a
manner that equals the quality and substance of initiatives AIGA would
Through relationships with a variety of media entities, AIGA seeks to enhance inspiration and consideration of issues important to AIGA members and designers everywhere.Communication ArtsCore77CMYKDesign BureauFast CompanyF+W Media: HOW and Print magazines
AIGA partners with academic institutions and their associations to develop and deliver programming that strengthens the professionalism of designers; to provide dialogue between educators and practicing professionals on issues of curriculum, education, professional development and training; and to aid the professional development and representation of design educators.Carnegie Mellon University (CMU)College Art Association (CAA)Cumulus, the International Association of Universities and Colleges of Art, Design and MediaNational Association of Schools of Art and Design (NASAD)Yale University School of Management
AIGA works with recognized cultural institutions who are similarly dedicated to the appreciation and interpretation of design.
Cooper-Hewitt, National Design MuseumDenver Art Museum
Alliances with discipline-specific associations allow AIGA to provide members with increased tools and resources to advance their work, careers and peer network.Association of Registered Graphic Designers of Ontario (RGDO)Design Management Institute (DMI)Industrial Design Society of America (IDSA)INDEX: Design to Improve LifeInteraction Design Association (IxDA)The International Council of Graphic Design Associations (Icograda)Society for Environmental Graphic Design (SEGD)Society of Graphic Designers of Canada (GDC)
United Nations: AIGA is a consultative NGO to UN
Covers the period of October 1, 2009 to the present. Last updated January 23, 2013.
AIGA is grateful to the diverse partners who support the profession through sponsorship.
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Corporations may partner with AIGA as long-term or short-term
After much deliberation and lively discourse, the AIGA board voted yesterday to proceed with negotiations to sell the AIGA national headquarters building at 164 Fifth Avenue in New York. The national board, advisory board, chapter leadership, medalists, past presidents, past board members and general membership were all part of this conversation, and the debate on the issue has been essential to our decision making process.
NEW YORK—November 15, 2013. This
week AIGA, the professional association for design, announced the 2013
results of “Justified: AIGA Design Competition.” Nearly 300 design projects were submitted to the annual competition, to
be judged on strength, concept, impact, methodology and success of
formal execution and aesthetics.
NEW YORK—November 12, 2013. AIGA’s Design Leaders Confidence Index dropped slightly in the third quarter of 2013 to settle at 95.94, down from the previous quarter’s 100.02. At the same time, design leaders are optimistic about a solid (if not growing) future.
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