Webcast: A visual history of AIGA

Part of the AIGA Insight series, which aims to meet members’ expectations for openness and transparency. 

Throughout its existence, AIGA has adapted to many of the shifts and challenges that the design community and the world at large has faced, consistently advocating for more robust and influential roles for designers. Sean Adams, partner of AdamsMorioka and former AIGA president, did a webcast on the visual history of AIGA and a live chat about the organization’s past, present and future. 

This session took place on December 6, 2012. Click here for the recording of this webcast. 


Sean Adams 75x75Sean Adams is a partner at AdamsMorioka, Inc. and an AIGA Fellow

Adams is a past national board member of AIGA, past president of AIGA Los Angeles and chair of the AIGA Creative Leadership Campaign. He currently teaches at California Institute of the Arts. Adams is a frequent lecturer and competition judge internationally. He is the co-author of the best selling Logo Design Workbook and Color Workbook. AdamsMorioka’s clients include ABC, Adobe, Barton Myers Associates, Gap, Old Navy, Frank Gehry Associates, Nickelodeon, USC, Sundance and The Walt Disney Company.