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AIGA seeks openness, transparency and engagement concerning AIGA policies and activities. “Open AIGA” is a webcast series that provides background on what AIGA is doing, why and how, with an opportunity for members to ask questions of AIGA management. Everyone is welcome to attend these sessions, which are free and open to the public.
is the program director at AIGA. She collaborates with staff and
volunteer committees to orchestrate AIGA’s biennial design conference
and its design and business conference. Kathleen also works to create
partnerships with universities and other providers to program
professional development at a national level.
These sessions are available to view on demand, any time:
March 14, 2013
Executive Director Ric Grefé reviewed AIGA’s policy on spec work and
the challenges posed by crowdsourcing and collaborative design. This
informal briefing encouraged participants to raise questions and to
comment. Watch this webcast.
March 7, 2013
AIGA is committed to high standards of financial integrity
and accountability. In this webcast, Ric Grefé presented
AIGA’s national budget and took questions from members and nonmembers. Watch this webcast.
February 7, 2013
AIGA’s relevance and influence in advancing design and
designers’ interest depend on a strategy that adapts to rapid changes in the
design economy and the role of design in competitiveness and innovation. In
this webcast, Ric Grefé discussed AIGA strategy and positioning, placed them in context and took questions. Watch this webcast.
January 31, 2013
Heather Strelecki, director
of special projects, gave an overview of AIGA’s “Justified” competition.
This session included a tutorial on how to use the online entry
system, an explanation of requirements for each section of the online
entry form and a preview of new features available in 2013. Watch this webcast.
November 12, 2012
Ric Grefé introduced two documents that represent the basic principles guiding ethical behavior in the
profession: The AIGA Standards of Professional Practice, which have become a
global standard for communication design professionals, and The Standard Form
of Agreement for Design Services, a modular contract that can be
used for communication design projects regardless of medium. See resources from this session.
September 27, 2012
Ric Grefé hosted a “virtual town hall meeting”
in this webcast to discuss AIGA’s new membership structure, explain its
goal of making membership accessible to more people who believe in the
value of design and want to promote professionalism, and answer
questions. Watch this webcast.
AIGA Insights is a collection of articles and webcasts that together reveal the thought processes behind key organizational decisions. We welcome discussion from members and the broader design community.
Section: About AIGA -
governance, AIGA news
AIGA chapters fulfill AIGA’s mission at the local level, supporting members through organizing projects and events to educate, inform and connect designers.
Section: About AIGA
Learn more about AIGA’s national conferences and events, and access videos from select conferences and awards events.
Section: Events and Competitions -
Conference , Event
Moniker Designs Herman Miller's Illustrative Advocacy Report
September 16, 2014
No Guts, No Glory: Design Slam Competition
September 29, 2014
An Inspiring Evening with Randy Hunt
Thursty Thursday – September Edition
September 24, 2014
September 19, 2014
Media DesignerLPL Financial
San Diego, CaliforniaSeptember 16 2014
Denver Center Theatre Company 2009-10 Season Poster Series