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As part of a range of professional development opportunities, AIGA offers webinars to help designers get inspired,
hear career advice, gain insights from industry leaders and learn new
skills. Most sessions are free and open to the public; in some cases an
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In this 90-minute interactive webcast organized by the AIGA Women's Leadership Initiative, negotia...
In this 90-minute interactive webcast organized by the AIGA Women's Leadership Initiative, negotiati...
This webcast is part of the “INitiative” webcast series, which offers diverse and thoughtful pres...
Etsy creative director Randy Hunt shares the studio's evolution, lessons
he has learned, tips for ...
Allan Peters kicks off his inaugural year as the INitiative ambassador by sharing 10 tips for
Su Mathews and Deborah Adler gave firsthand advice on achieving business success, juggling work and ...
Kim Baer, principal of Los Angeles design firm KBDA, gave a webcast which shared best practices for ...
In this webcast, Nancy Sharon Collins
revealed her experiences developing, proposing, writing, edi...
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Learn more about AIGA’s national conferences and events, and access videos from select conferences and awards events.
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Web ManagerConfluence Health
Wenatchee, WashingtonDecember 16 2014
Member since 2008
Concrete as Texture: David Zwirner 20th Street, by Selldorf Architects
January 6, 2015