• Marketing and promotional materials

    AIGA serves our 70 chapters, more than 25,000 members, and the wider design community with a diverse selection of events, competitions and programs. For any promotion of AIGA’s activities, please refer to the information and the official images provided below. Please email Rory Levine, AIGA’s director of marketing and communications, for any additional assets.

    About AIGA

    Description AIGA, the professional association for design, advances design as a professional craft, strategic advantage, and vital cultural force. As the largest community of design advocates, we bring together practitioners, enthusiasts, and patrons to amplify the voice of design and create the vision for a collective future. We define global standards and ethical practices, guide design education, inspire designers and the public, enhance professional development, and make powerful tools and resources accessible to all. Learn more at aiga.org/about.
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    AIGA Design Conference 2015

    Date October 8–10, 2015
    Early registration deadline: July 15
    Location Hyatt Regency
    New Orleans
    Description The AIGA Design Conference brings the design community together to experience provocative speakers, local culture, nightly networking receptions, competitions, exhibitions, professional development sessions, and face-to-face roundtables with your design heroes. Joining moderator Roman Mars, host of 99% Invisible and PRX Remix, are our Conference speakers: Michael Bierut, Keetra Dean Dixon, Karin Fong, Nelly Ben Hayoun, Audrée Lapierre, Ellen Lupton, Eddie Opara, Sébastien Pierre, Virginia Postrel, Paul Sahre, and Christopher Simmons.
    Links About | Hotel and travel
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    Facilitation by Design

    Date June 2015 San Francisco, CA
    July 2015 New York, NY
    Description Learn to facilitate interdisciplinary problem-solving sessions with AIGA’s one-of-a-kind facilitation course, coming to San Francisco and New York. Facilitation: By Design will boost confidence in driving collaborative sessions and empower designers to activate new techniques, resources, and insights to conquer any design studio or boardroom. Design strategist Renna Al-Yassini will lead the hands-on workshops.
    Links About | Testimonials | Presenters
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    Business Perspectives for Creative Leaders

    Date July 26–31, 2015
    Location Yale School of Management
    New Haven, Connecticut
    Description A weeklong program for senior-level design professionals, “Business Perspectives for Creative Leaders” draws on the strength of Yale School of Management faculty to advance your business knowledge in one intensive week.

    Participants will be immersed in a unique atmosphere that stimulates teamwork and collaboration using case studies, lectures, guest speakers and study groups. Each day will focus on a different topic—including strategy, marketing, operations, finances, legal, accounting, and leadership—to give experienced designers a more complete understanding of top corporate management perspectives. Position yourself for greater success.
    Links About | Curriculum | Faculty | Graduates
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    AIGA Awards Gala

    Date May 14, 2015
    Location Pier Sixty
    New York, New York
    Description The AIGA Gala is an annual celebration of the profession’s brightest stars and their exhilarating work. This year the gala is hosted by event chair Michael Bierut of Pentagram, honoring our five medalists: Paola Antonelli, Hillman Curtis, Emory Douglas, Dan Friedman, and Marcia Lausen. Proceeds from the event benefit Worldstudio AIGA Scholarships and the AIGA Legacy Fund.
    Links About | About the Medal
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    Cased: Case Studies for the AIGA Design Archives

    Description “Cased,” formerly known as “Justified,” is AIGA’s annual design competition. The two-round competition system celebrates the best in contemporary design through case studies. Honorees will be featured prominently on AIGA.org, celebrated across AIGA’ss branded platforms, including social media, and affiliated with the prestigious AIGA Design Archives.

    The “Cased” jury, chaired by Jennifer Kinon (OCD | The Original Champions of Design, New York), will review all entries based on concept, process, outcomes, impact, and aesthetics. “Cased” is open for entry through April 30, 2015.
    Links About | 2015 “Cased” jury | 2014 selections
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    Design for Good

    Description A movement to ignite, accelerate, and amplify design-driven social change.

    Around the world, designers are creating better communities by working with nonprofits and citizen groups to improve the human experience. AIGA’s Design for Good initiative encourages and recognizes pro bono and social engagement design projects.

    By providing designers with the tools, resources, and opportunities to become integral players in social change, Design for Good aims to channel designers and their creative talent toward addressing community needs.
    Links About | Design for Good video | #dgAIGA on Twitter
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    The Living Principles for Design

    Description The Living Principles for Design aim to guide purposeful action, celebrating and popularizing the efforts of those who use design thinking to create positive cultural change.

    Drawing from decades of collective wisdom, theory and results, the Living Principles framework weaves environmental, social, economic, and cultural sustainability into an actionable, integrated approach that can be consistently communicated to designers, business leaders, educators, and the public.

    These principles are truly living: our collective success is dependent on the active involvement of partners, ambassadors, educators, studios, and curious individuals who come together to move the conversation—and the industry—forward.

    The Living Principles website, is the place where we co-create, share and showcase best practices, tools, stories, and ideas for enabling sustainable action across all design disciplines.

    Originally conceived through AIGA, The Living Principles are now endorsed by a growing list of global organizations.
    Links About | The Living Principles on Facebook | @LPforDesign on Twitter
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