Keith Instone

Member Since June 2001
Member Type Supporter
AIGA Chapter Toledo
Title Experience Planner
Company Toledo Region Experience Planning
Email gro.enotsni@5102htiek
Website instone.org/
Field UX/UI design
Information design/architecture
Web design
  • Keith Instone commented on the article "Your voice is important as AIGA considers transformative change"

    I am catching up a bit, by re-reading the planning document at http://www.aiga.org/planning-for-AIGAs-future/  I like a lot of the details I see there. Just a few examples: * from communication design to experience design * visible at other conferences and on others’ spaces on the Internet * seen as a facilitator (rather than the owner) of outcomes that are consistent with its goals But I am having a hard time connecting the "planning" statements with the status quo vs. transformative differences above. Perhaps some points from the planning document, like "from communication design to experience design" are part of both status quo and transformative (and thus not listed in either option). Is it safe to assume that all of the key points in the planning document are a part of both plans above? Or the opposite: that status quo means not proceeding with the concepts in the planning document?  To pick 1 example, does "status quo" also mean "communication design" and "transformative" mean "experience design"?

  • Keith Instone commented on the article "Your voice is important as AIGA considers transformative change"

    I am catching up a bit, by re-reading the planning document at http://www.aiga.org/planning-for-AIGAs-future/  I like a lot of the details I see there. Just a few examples: * from communication design to experience design * visible at other conferences and on others’ spaces on the Internet * seen as a facilitator (rather than the owner) of outcomes that are consistent with its goals But I am having a hard time connecting the "planning" statements with the status quo vs. transformative differences above. Perhaps some points from the planning document, like "from communication design to experience design" are part of both status quo and transformative (and thus not listed in either option). Is it safe to assume that all of the key points in the planning document are a part of both plans above? Or the opposite: that status quo means not proceeding with the concepts in the planning document?  To pick 1 example, does "status quo" also mean "communication design" and "transformative" mean "experience design"?

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