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Section: About AIGA -
The first part of this article discussed short-term, or “bottom up,”
projection of the studio workload, based on jobs currently active plus
potential new jobs to which a probability factor was applied over a
four-month period. This second article covers longer-term projection,
meaning one that covers a year or more.
Section: Tools and Resources -
finances, studio management
As the editor of Print for 40 years, Martin Fox created one of the visual communication industry’s most reliably high-quality, accessible, and well-respected magazines. Its wide distribution, combined with its intellectually and visually fulfilling content, has earned Print the billing as “America’s Graphic Design Magazine.” In 2004, Fox received an AIGA Medal for his contributions.
Section: Inspiration -
graphic design, AIGA Medal, magazines
Yerba Buena Center for the Arts (YBCA) 2009 Summer Campaign
When Big Data Gets Local
Posted by Tim Brown
14 days ago from
Design Thinking | Thoughts by Tim Brown