This month, we set out to bridge the gap between designers and coders—and not in a way you would expect.
Our September community meeting focused on owning your strengths and navigating career transitions for emerging and experienced designers. Read more for a recap of the meeting and an overview of chapter events this September.
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.
An interview with Sophia Hitchcock, owner of SO|MO Studios and Raleigh AIGA's Director of Storytelling.
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.
On Wednesday, Nov. 2 we gathered our design community to share a very important message— AIGA Raleigh (RDU) will take an active role in addressing the lack of diversity in our design community.