AIGA Webinars

Explore our webinar offerings, and learn from the comfort of your own home with free live and recorded sessions.

Selected Series

Upcoming Webinars

One Designer, One Work

Adam Lucas

Wednesday, August 17
12:00 p.m. PT | 3:00 p.m. ET

This virtual series features one designer showcasing a work that is personally meaningful. We'll hear what inspires, challenges and guides them. Expose yourself to new material by exploring with our guest, Adam Lucas.

AIGA Salon Series

Design and Business: The Bottom Line

Tuesday, August 30
1:30 p.m. PT | 4:30 p.m. ET

There is no one way to do business in design anymore. Join us for "The Bottom Line: AIGA Design + Business Salon Series," a collection of intimate conversations for design entrepreneurs, freelancers and studio owners. This carefully curated virtual series features monthly meetings lead by business owners with diverse business models, collaborations, processes and approaches to design.

Held virtually the Last Tuesday of the Month. August's guest studio is Synoptic Office.

AIGA Salon Series

DesignOps Ed

Wednesday, August 30
10:00 a.m. PT | 1:00 p.m. ET

Join us for a dedicated virtual meeting series that empowers design organizations and their leaders to drive their teams towards professional success, career growth and practice excellence. This series will create a better understanding of the popular but ambiguous area of DesignOps leadership; lead people-centered and design-inspired organizations towards design excellence; and make leadership more accessible and attainable to every audience.

Held virtually the Last Wednesday of the Month. August's guest is Camila Reyes Camacho.

AIGA and Phaidon

AIGA and Phaidon Present: ECAL Manual of Style

Thursday, September 8
10:00 a.m. PT | 1:00 p.m. ET

ECAL Manual of Style with Jonathan Olivares, American Designer & Writer and Alexis Georgacopoulos, Designer & Director of ECAL

From one of the most celebrated and creative design schools — Swiss university ECAL — comes an answer to the question: How should design be taught today? ECAL is widely considered to be among the leading art and design institutions of the past two decades. Now, for the first time, ECAL’s teaching methods are revealed to a wider readership. Join ECAL director Alexis Georgacopoulos and American designer and writer Jonathan Olivares in conversation with AIGA’s Lee-Sean Huang as they share stories about the school’s unique approach to design pedagogy: encouraging individual and personal styles, rigorously pushing students to develop into their most coherent forms, and encouraging them to be business minded as well as creative.