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Supported by the National Endowment for the Arts, the Strategic National Arts Alumni Project (SNAAP) is an annual online survey and data-management system designed to improve arts-school education through tracking the training, careers and lives of arts graduates. Through examining the skills, locations, degrees, occupations, and debt & earnings of arts alumni, a picture of Included in this survey are students that either studied design in school or translated their arts backgrounds into careers in design. Eleven (11) percent surveyed studied design, and 16 percent of those surveyed work in a design-related field (including web designers, art directors, animators and illustrators)—making design the largest employer of arts alumni outside of arts education. See the interactive SnaapShot here.
Thank you to J. M. Coates for bringing this survey to our attention.
No business thought leader has advocated more for the
design profession than Dan Pink. His books have consistently encouraged those in the
business world to not only value and nurture their own innovative and
creative sides but to seek out and empower the right-brain individuals in their
companies. In this interview, Dan provides insights on issues unique to the in-house design community.
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INitiative, in-house design
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