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In April 2005, AIGA began conducting a quarterly survey of design leaders to assemble an authoritative statement on the current conditions within the design economy.
This Design Leaders Confidence Index is modeled on the confidence indices developed by the Conference Board for private sector corporate leaders.
Each quarter we obtain the answers to a few simple questions from several hundred design leaders-the possible responses to the following questions are: substantially better, moderately better, same, moderately worse or substantially worse.
Over time, the responses enable AIGA to develop a confidence index of conditions in the profession that will be helpful to members and their colleagues in judging current conditions nationwide. The index will also help us in advocating the interests of the design community in Washington and with sponsors.
Ziba not only planned the 2010 IDSA annual conference—from concept and visual identity to publicity and speaker selection—but also helped to close generational gaps and return the event to relevance.
Section: Why Design -
experience design, metrics of effectiveness, design educators, students
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Section: Tools and Resources -
INitiative, editorial design, in-house design, nonprofit, print design, advice, studio management
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