RitaSue Siegel's Get a Design Job, now in its third
edition, is available to the AIGA community at no charge.
Originally written for Innovation, the quarterly publication
of the Industrial Designers Society of America (IDSA), Siegel
offers advice to emerging designers looking to break into the world
of design, designers eager to improve their positions, as well as
recently downsized managers and executives.
From performing a self-evaluation on the core design
competencies that can add value to a wide range of businesses, to
navigating different types of interviews and networking situations,
Get a Design Job offers practical advice for the changing
roles of today's designers. Additional guidance on résumés,
portfolios and interviewing are available on the RitaSue Siegel Resources
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of designers in the world, AIGA is committed to advancing the value and
impact of design, both locally and globally, and working together to
inspire, support and learn from each other, at every stage of our
careers. Whether you're an established designer looking to give back or a
student just starting out, there's a membership level for you.
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