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AIGA Houston presents “Inside Job,” a one-day conference and workshop focusing on the insights and perspectives of the in-house design community.
Featuring speakers from some of the biggest and best in-house design departments, this conference is aimed at helping you successfully meet the demands of the corporate design world without losing your creative edge. With insight into some of the inherent challenges and rewards of in-house design, “Inside Job” will push you to bring out the best in you and your team, whether you’re a seasoned in-house art director, a jack-of-all-trades project manager or a newly-minted design professional.
The conference will feature guided workshops to help in-house designers make a greater impact at their company and learn strategies to successfully meet corporate design world demands without sacrificing creativity. “AIGA is committed to providing an engaging and relevant experience to in-house creative teams of all sizes. While the core audience of this conference will be in-house designers, any creative agency that works regularly with B2B and in-house clients would find value in attending ‘Inside Job,’” said Andy Rich, president of the Houston chapter of AIGA, the professional association for design.Learn more and register at houston.aiga.org/insidejob.
This conference is part of INitiative, a nationwide program created by AIGA and The Creative Group to support in-house designers.
AIGA chapters fulfill AIGA’s mission at the local level, supporting members through organizing projects and events to educate, inform and connect designers.
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