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European-style Desserts; 4: Cindy Novak Writing and Communications; 5:
Neatman Year Round Lawn Service; 6: Urban-edge Dancewear for Girls
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Scott Gericke, a St. Louis native, studied graphic design at Missouri
State University and received his MFA from the University of Illinois
at Urbana-Champaign. Prior to joining designlab,inc, he held senior
design positions at XPLANE Corp., Kiku Obata & Company and Falk
Harrison Creative. He is a former lecturer of design at Washington
University in St. Louis' Sam Fox School of Design and Visual Arts and
was most recently the design director of the school’s Visual
Communications Research Studio.
At designlab,inc, Gericke was responsible for leading projects focused
on identity design, publication design and environmental design. He has
partnered with many notable clients including Ameren Corporation, Brown
Shoe Company, Discovery Networks International, Monsanto, PaineWebber,
Parents as Teachers National Center, St. Louis Children’s Hospital, St.
Louis Rams, Sprint, Salvation Army and Washington University in St.
Louis, to name a few.
Gericke’s work has been recognized by numerous organizations and
publications including the International Association of Business
Communicators, the Ad Club of St. Louis, Mohawk Paper Mills, Mead Paper,
Annual Report 100, Printing Industries of America, AIGA, Communication
Arts, Sign Business Magazine, American Corporate
Identity,The Big Book of Logos, The Big Book of Corporate
Identity Design and LogoLounge III and IV, among
Gericke has long been active in the AIGA St. Louis chapter, having
served in varying capacities since 1989. He was director of membership
and education, chaired the Design Show from 1990–1994 and served as
chapter president from 1994–1997.
Executive Director Richard Grefé discusses how AIGA’s approaching centennial offers an opportunity to recognize three critical attributes of modern design
practice: head, heart and hand.
Section: About AIGA -
AIGA Insight, advocacy
Legendary advertising communicator, George Lois, challenges “Head, Heart, Hand” attendees to “reject con, create icon.”
Section: Inspiration -
It takes a special right brain/left brain blend of interests and skills to succeed as an in-house designer. These 10 strategies will help you develop your expertise, strengthen your reputation and ultimately build a successful career in the “in-house neighborhood.”
Section: Tools and Resources -
in-house design, in-house issues, professional development, INitiative, advice
There are three general types or client/designer relationships: boss/worker, friends and partners. All three types have their place, but only one of them offers the potential for truly great design to emerge.
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