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I agree with Hannah. I also came from the Eastern cultural background -- Hong Kong. I was born and grew up in Hong Kong, went to Australia for university and now reside in the States. There are many influences from the UK when Hong Kong used to be a British
colony. Both Chinese and English are the offical languages. You can see all the street signs in both languages. We are very used to have two cultures, Chinese and British, intertwining together. Alan Chan, a renowned graphic designer in Hong Kong, has done
a very good job in promoting both cultures in his design. You can see his work at http://www.alanchancreations.com/profile.html.
Best of luck,
Is anyone who also interested in Eastern and Western culture? Because I am working on a project that related with this idea. The language is an interesting thing for me to explore so I try to figure out how to represent these two different things together.
Hope someone could give me some feed back and suggestions from their thoughts. Thank you
Good morning all,
I recently became the new president of the AIGA Chapter at my shool in San Diego. The students running the group before me weren't really engaged in our community or really design for that matter. I am currently in the process of rebranding the group on
our campus to revitalize what AIGA truly stands for. That includes creating and updating social media platforms and holding contest on/off campus to gain student involvement. I also want to give any new members and designers the opportunitiy to meet expierenced
designers that can provide inspiration for life outside of the classroom. I'm hoping to find three things here, 1. Any suggestions on how I can improve the group and attract new members - 2. Any individuals (either yourselves or references) that will volunteer
to be guest speakers at one of our meetings - 3. Possible field trips that our student club can have this next quarter. I would greatly appreciate any feedback. I hope to hear back from this community soon.
Happy Friday eveyone,
If you were working for a while (a dozen years) as a designer in a very stable and good paying job (plus awesome benefits) and had the opportunity to earn an MFA from a really great school in Chicago, what would you do? Does an advance degree in Design
mean much nowadays in the field or job market? Does the cost of a top teir MFA "pay off" aftewards? There are probably 100+ designers that would line up for the job you would leave. Do safety, security comfort trump the unkown and fear of what the future
I'd love to hear your thoughtful thoughts.
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