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More than half of all professional designers in the United States are employed full-time by corporations and organizations. To address the unique opportunities and challenges faced by this in-house community, AIGA has partnered with The Creative
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Rae Ann Spitzenberger
Multimedia Graphic DesignerBuck Consultants
New York, New YorkJune 6 2013
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