Sponsors

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AIGA is thrilled to recognize our sponsors for advancing design in every category and industry imaginable. These influencers are an integral part of AIGA’s creative community—from the local chapter level to their international role as champions of the profession. Thank you for making all our tentpole events, national programs, and professional resources possible.

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Official AIGA Sponsors

Adobe, IBM, and MOO make a significant and sustained investment in AIGA’s full range of programs each year.

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Adobe

As the Official AIGA Sponsor for Design Solutions, Adobe creates innovative programs that give the creative community unique opportunities to engage in dialogues about design and technology.

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IBM

As the Official AIGA Sponsor for Design Leadership, IBM connect with AIGA members to prepare the next generation of visionaries and leaders for success.

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MOO

As the Official AIGA Sponsor for Print Solutions, MOO helps AIGA strengthen the intrinsic value of design by making great design widely accessible, bringing MOO’s vision of “great design for everyone” to life.


Presenting sponsors

Presenting sponsors play a critical role by investing in a single national AIGA event or initiative that AIGA develops for its members. Frequently, these activities would not be possible without the support of the presenting sponsor.

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The Creative Group

As the Presenting Sponsor of AIGA’s In-house INitiative, TCG is integral to this national program that provides knowledge and tools for in-house designers to deepen their impact at a company, evolve professionally, and connect with a broader network of peers.


Other Sponsors

Technology

DISQUS
MailChimp
Tekserve

Foundations

Robert Wood Johnson Foundation
Worldstudio Foundation

Government

National Endowment for the Arts (NEA)
New York City Department of Cultural Affairs Culture & Sports