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Section: About AIGA -
Sam Harrison, author of IdeaSelling, describes what he calls the tyranny of low expectations—when employees gradually lose their incentive to generate fresh ideas because they anticipate rejection. That mind-set is the death of creativity, and why it’s critical for in-house designers to tweak their selling techniques to get, and start to expect, more wins. Here are five tips.
Section: Tools and Resources -
INitiative, in-house design
In this affinity session, the presenters examine the essential elements that make an identity strong or weak from a legal standpoint and discuss strategies for avoiding infringement and defending trademarks in a crowded and competitive marketplace.
Section: Events and Competitions -
Event, AIGA Design Conference, advice, copyright, legal issues
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