Four fearless leaders from Raleigh—Co-Presidents Hannah Hoffman & Joseph Schlosser, Vice President Lenny Terenzi and Director of Designability Lydia Kuekes,—attended the 2017 AIGA Leadership Retreat in Dallas last month.
Our June community meeting was all about celebration. Members of our community led the meeting with Pecha Kucha lightning talks–20 slides, for 20 seconds each, focused on their passion projects. If you missed out on the fun, read our recap below.
Last week I had the pleasure of attending HOW Design Live in Chicago. Here are the top 10 takeaways my time at the conference.
This month, our community meeting was all about how to get involved with our chapter–through our current programs and new ones suggested by YOU. If you aren’t sure how to get involved–or if you feel like AIGA Raleigh doesn’t have the right events for your needs–we wanted to answer those questions and bridge those gaps. Here is a list of ideas from the meeting we’re super excited about, along with programs you mentioned that we currently offer.
This month’s community meeting came at the perfect time. Right when I was feeling down from news overload, inspirational quotes of wisdom and mentorship cleared the dark cloud over my head.
At this month’s Homegrown, Lauri Maerov explains the power of naming. Lauri is Creative Director & Chief Storyteller of her own indie consulting firm, WriteThink. She helps companies and individuals discover their unique voice, brand identity, and the most compelling story to ignite a powerful, emotional connection with their audiences.
Republic Wireless hosted AIGA Raleigh's first InHouse Council on Thursday April 7. As a designer at Republic and an active member of AIGA, I was really looking forward to connecting with the in-house community. Panel members Ed Roberts, Creative Director at ElectriCities and in-house expert for HOW Design; Colleen Shelley, Senior Designer at RedHat; and Jeff Wright, VP of UX and Design at Sqord, Inc. discussed cross-functional collaboration, nourishing creativity, and raising design's profile within a company.
In days of old, web content was built with table-based HTML. It was really unsightly. While advancements in website development has eliminated the table-based website. Hooray! Unfortunately, email design has not moved away from tables. And the number of browsers, email clients, and devices that newsletters are viewed on has grown. But that doesn’t mean that you are doomed to deliver unsightly email campaigns. In this month’s Homegrown, Newsletter Wizard Tim Rosenberg, of Quillor, showed us how to create better email newsletters.