Kevin Luckham

Member Type Non-member
Bio

Specialties


I have a broad skill-set that covers Print, Web, and Video. My creative flare leans towards fine arts, and often utilize traditional mediums such as drawing or watercolor in my work.

 

Education

Anthem Institute 

DiplomaGraphic Design and Animation

2010 – 2012

Grade: 4.0/4.0

Class of 2012 Valedictorian, Received Program Chair's Recognition Award

Activities and Societies: Alpha Beta Kappa National Honor Society; Beta Gamma chapter, Founding member of Student Senate

     

 

  • Kevin Luckham commented on the article "Your voice is important as AIGA considers transformative change"

    I see that AIGA has conveniently left out their plans to become a certification agency from this article.

  • K Luckham commented on the article "Should AIGA Certify Designers?"

    I agree, and when it comes to the education businesses, they are regulated by state and federal boards, as a system of checks and balances. Any system operating without that regulation would be prone to corruption.  Even Adobe certification with their own programs are not above scrutiny, but are tolerated because the are the developers of the software. I feel that AIGA is overstepping what little authority they have, if any, by pursuing the subject.    

  • Kevin Luckham commented on the article "Where Design is Going, and How to be There"

    Designers and design organizations have no say in the direction of the industry. Only the wealthy who pay for design have say.  In recent months the wealthy in America have decided to do ever increasing amounts of business overseas where they can pay very little for what they want. Some 'hire' interns, to work for free, then refuse to recognize the interns work, so that they cannot even use it on a resume. American design is a form of slave culture, and anyone who thinks otherwise is delusional. Wake up people, your masters have decided that you no longer have value to them and do not care what happens to you.   

  • Kevin Luckham commented on the article "Your voice is important as AIGA considers transformative change"

    I see that AIGA has conveniently left out their plans to become a certification agency from this article.

  • K Luckham commented on the article "Should AIGA Certify Designers?"

    I agree, and when it comes to the education businesses, they are regulated by state and federal boards, as a system of checks and balances. Any system operating without that regulation would be prone to corruption.  Even Adobe certification with their own programs are not above scrutiny, but are tolerated because the are the developers of the software. I feel that AIGA is overstepping what little authority they have, if any, by pursuing the subject.    

  • Kevin Luckham commented on the article "Where Design is Going, and How to be There"

    Designers and design organizations have no say in the direction of the industry. Only the wealthy who pay for design have say.  In recent months the wealthy in America have decided to do ever increasing amounts of business overseas where they can pay very little for what they want. Some 'hire' interns, to work for free, then refuse to recognize the interns work, so that they cannot even use it on a resume. American design is a form of slave culture, and anyone who thinks otherwise is delusional. Wake up people, your masters have decided that you no longer have value to them and do not care what happens to you.   

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