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To increase participation and attendance, Figment, an annual art and cultural festival in New York City, needed a new brand identity that was both consistent and flexible enough to capture the event’s creative spirit. Enter design firm MSLK, which had a “thought” or two on how to do just that.
Section: Why Design -
branding, identity design, metrics of effectiveness, design educators, students
Part of the exclusive “Financial Metrics” series with David C. Baker, this webinar gave attendees a solid understanding of how to make better decisions about design firm growth.
Section: Events and Competitions -
business plans, finances, new business development, studio management
Setting your sights on opportunities abroad can not only ramp up design experience but lead to valuable cultural exposure. But first, here are the five things you need to focus on to get there:
Section: Inspiration -
Design Job Series, job search, professional development, advice, culture
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Louisville, KentuckySeptember 3 2015
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