AIGA/DFW Design Week April 9-14th

If you’re a graphic/advertising/interactive designer or art director, a creative director, studio owner or agency head, an illustrator or photographer, a print or paper partner, or student of design, we invite you to join us for AIGADFW’s second annual Design Week. Enjoy a full week of educational and inspirational panels and talks, workshops and mixers:

  • Monday: Start the week off with some Interactive Interactions – learn about everything from apps to cms schooling to what might be the next big thing with our special guests from Fast Armadillo, Envision Interactive, MODx, Thinq and ExtraSauce.
  • Tuesday: We lay tribute to DFW Women In Design – complimented by a ladies (and gentlemen) lunch, a gallery exhibit and talks by Debbie Millman and Bryony Gomez.
  • Wednesday: Celebrate and learn from DFW’s Leading Creatives, with a talk from Wayne Geyer, and an intriguing CD Panel with Jeff Breazeale, Liz Burnett, Albert Cano, Matt Jones and Brandon Murphy, followed by AIGADFW’s Creative 20/20 night.
  • Thursday: Declare Your Independence (or at least entertain the idea) with a Free Agent panel led by Steve Stafford and our Work/Life balance talk by Ben Jenkins. We add a nightcap to Thursday’s events with the first annual DFW MIX – a creative resource tradeshow.
  • Friday/Saturday: End the week with some Good Inspiration with our Design For Good lunch brainstorm workshop, a visit with Doug Powell, AIGA’s national President and an awards dinner celebrating one of Dallas’s best leading designers.

AIGADFW Design Week is North Texas’s premier design conference for professionals and students with the aims of further promoting thinking about and demonstrating the value of our craft, and empowering the success of DFW’s design, advertising and interactive businesses and individuals. AIGA’s mission is to advance designing as a professional craft, strategic tool and vital cultural force.

See full programming and updates / ask questions / buy tickets at AIGADFWDW.ORG

(post taken from the AIGA Dallas/Fort Worth Chapter website)

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