AIGA is spearheading the Double or Nothing movement whose goal is to double the number of women leaders in design.
Here are the 20 most visited graphic design news items of 2017 on our website. Not included are our massively popular competition pages, special people features, trends and surveys, or personal blog posts. And no value judgements, just the traffic facts.
Tom Geismar, George Lois and Rudi Wolff will address the impact of Modernism on American Graphic Design and usher in a new book on the subject by Steven Heller and Greg D’Onofrio.
Sappi’s annual Ideas That Matter grants have been announced; they celebrate the power of design to foster positive social change.
The AIGA has named five new board members and Dana Arnett will work closely with Su Mathews Hale in a presidential transition.
AIGA announces it highest honors for 2017. Bloomberg L.P. is honored for corporate leadership, and Art Chantry, Mark Randall, Emmett McBain, Rebeca Mendez, Lance Wyman, Nancy Skolos and Tom Wedell receive the vaunted AIGA Medal.
As part of its Design for Democracy program, AIGA is asking membersfor poster art that will encourage voting.
Ric Grefé, executive director of AIGA, who led the group to new heights, will step down from his post at the end of 2015.
“The AIGA Centennial is a chance to look back at our roots as designers and to look forward to our growing impact in society,” says AIGA Executive Director Richard Grefé. “But more than that, it’s an opportunity to capture the many reasons that design matters.”
Guest Blog Post by Mark Dudlik, Executive Director of Lost Creature I’ve been an adamant supporter of AIGA for years, as a leader in the Arizona chapter and through my involvement with the organization as a whole. The group is the best and most important organization for the advancement of design and the design practice. Recently I […]
Divine Details, an exhibit & store in collaboration with AIGA, will feature 33 designers from around the world that have made beautiful, functional products that transcend the ordinary. Unlike most pop-up stores during the holiday season, Divine Details isn’t a pure consumerist endeavor. Instead, it turns the holiday shopping rush into a cultural experience. Divine Details […]