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professional association for design!
AIGA represents designers, connects students and professionals in a community passionate about design, teaches everyone about the value of creativity and design, and helps students learn how to navigate the ins and outs of working as a professional designer. We’re here to help you enter into a great profession with confidence and opportunities for success!
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Section: About AIGA -
AIGA student groups get students involved in the local design community, create a community of their own and help them build leadership skills.
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After more than 80 years of operating as a single company, Motorola, Inc., decided to separate into two independent entities. Here's how Siegel+Gale helped to define what that would look like.
Section: Why Design -
identity design, metrics of effectiveness, Making the Case
By surveying the hyper-local communities, the Community-Designed Grocery
Store Vision project by RESUSstudio seeks to incite in residents a
vision of a community-driven grocery store that not only provides high
quality food and produce, but also gives back to the community itself. Community-Designed Grocery Store Vision was a finalist for the 2013 Design Ignites Change | AIGA Professional Fellowship
Section: Tools and Resources -
Design for Good, problem solving, social issues
Nashville, TennesseeAugust 26 2014
How Did Artist Andrew Archer Get His Knack for Color? By Eating Crayons as a Kid
August 29, 2014
Museum of Modern Art Identity
TM: The Untold Stories Behind 29 Classic Logos
Posted by Mark Sinclair
5 days ago from
Turner Duckworth Holiday Card 2009