What is AIGA doing and why? While its mission is to advance designing as a professional craft, strategic tool and vital cultural force, the motivations behind AIGA’s actions may not immediately be so clear. AIGA Insights reveal the thought processes behind key organizational decisions and creates a dialogue with members and the broader design community.
AIGA Executive Director Richard Grefé also maintains a blog at grefe.tumblr.com, a sketchpad of notes and ideas on design.
Richard Grefé is the executive director of AIGA, the professional association for design. He is generally involved in all of AIGA’s activities, although his major contributions are in strategy, formulating new initiatives to enhance the competitive success of designers and advocating the value of design.
by Richard Grefe
We occupy a dynamic profession, integral to the transformation of business and services, as long as ...
by AIGA board of directors
After much discussion throughout the entire design community, the national board
approved the sale...
In this webcast, Ric Grefé presents AIGA’s strategies and programs, as developed by the board over...
Earlier this year, several board committees were formed to ensure that AIGA is launching its second ...
In 2014 AIGA turns 100. AIGA is celebrating this moment by looking forward toward inspiration, relev...
It is with great sorrow that we announce that William Drenttel, AIGA president 1994–1996, died on De...
After much deliberation and lively discourse, the AIGA board voted yesterday to proceed with negotia...
The AIGA Board of Directors thanks all who participated in a robust discussion around AIGA's options...
AIGA communicates with the public through a variety of channels. Look here for press releases, news announcements and information on AIGA’s current programs and events.
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Hear from members why AIGA is the place to go for connections, resources, savings, education, recognition and—of course—inspiration.
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membership, design educators, students
This mentoring program in Jacksonville, Florida pairs high school students who have
expressed an interest in graphic design with professionals from the local
design community. Over the course of three to four months, the mentoring group
meets on weekends to complete individual projects that use social design to give back to
Section: Tools and Resources -
graphic design, DesignEd K12, mentoring, posters, education, design educators, students
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