• Pamela L. Williams commented on the article "http://www.aiga.org/interior.aspx?pageid=3082&id=2098"

    I, too, am proud of AIGA's fast response and advocacy in this matter. AIGA's stance was thoughtful and provided GAP with the opportunity to consider and thoughtfully weigh the consequences of its decisions and subsequent actions. Bravo.

  • Pamela L. Williams commented on the article "What does AIGA do with what it hears?"

    Having been involved in dozens of surveys over the years (creating and implementing them for clients as well as responding to third-party surveys) the pressing question is always "what next?" That you shared the findings of the AIGA member survey and translated them into specific action items says a great deal about AIGA's commitment to its members. I look forward to the progress reports. Thank you.

  • Pamela L. Williams commented on the article "http://www.aiga.org/interior.aspx?pageid=3082&id=2098"

    I, too, am proud of AIGA's fast response and advocacy in this matter. AIGA's stance was thoughtful and provided GAP with the opportunity to consider and thoughtfully weigh the consequences of its decisions and subsequent actions. Bravo.

  • Pamela L. Williams commented on the article "What does AIGA do with what it hears?"

    Having been involved in dozens of surveys over the years (creating and implementing them for clients as well as responding to third-party surveys) the pressing question is always "what next?" That you shared the findings of the AIGA member survey and translated them into specific action items says a great deal about AIGA's commitment to its members. I look forward to the progress reports. Thank you.

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