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Section: About AIGA -
membership, design educators, students
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In this session of the “Financial Metrics” series, David C. Baker helped attendees understand what their utilization is, what’s contributing to it and how to fix it.
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finances, studio management
In-house designers are at risk of being just different enough to be misunderstood, undervalued and marginalized by both the business and design communities. Shame on us, though, if we let that happen, says veteran in-house design manager Andy Epstein, who outlines how to use outsider status as an advantage.
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INitiative, in-house design
Assistant, Associate, or Full Professor in Graphic DesignIowa State University
Ames, IowaNovember 19 2014
"Worth" Magazine's Lush Design, by Dean Sebring
November 13, 2014
15 uses for Newsprint
Chris Silas Neal Studio
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