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Karen Hsu is a co-founder at the women-led Omnivore, creating amazing work while working remotely. Learn how she gets it done.
Aaron Draplin, of Draplin Designs & Field Notes, led our Career Tools at 52ltd. and shared his tips for making a design career you want.
After two postponements, snow, and more snow, the dMob team finally launched AIGA Portland into the new year with our first dMob of 2017. Holiday Waves was held at The Wayback, a bar inside of the new Tanner Goods store.
It’s that time of year again when we take a moment to reflect, lay plans for the future, and thank you--our friends in the design community for your contributions, support, and partnership.
On Friday, Nov 18, 2016 at 52 Limited, illustration star Lisa Congdon and moderator Kate Bingaman-Burt delivered the game-changing session we hoped for at Career Tools: Fake It Till You Make It.
While it’s never easy to spend a summer evening in a windowless, air-conditioned room, the lecture series that the Computer Human Interaction Forum of Oregon (CHIFOO) organizes is well worth it. One recent speaker was Pamela Pavliscak, researcher and founder of Change Sciences. Pavliscak is developing a process for understanding what makes users of technology happy.
Design Museum hosted its first Product Pitch Party on Thursday night, turning the back studio at Nemo agency into a design Thunderdome. Four local designers entered the arena to champion their new product in the hopes of winning twenty-five hundred bucks of seed money, and mentorship.
At our latest Career Tools, Create Legal’s Josh Barrett took us Beyond Boilerplate & explained the ins and outs of contracts for creative professionals.
Dana Tanamachi is an illustrator, designer and lettering artist based in Seattle, Washington who is well known for her chalk drawing, custom typography and beautiful illustrations. She studied under legendary designer Louise Fili before starting Tanamachi studio in 2010. Most recently, she unveiled Tanamachi Goods, a line of products featuring her hand-drawn illustrations and lettering...
Timothy Goodman shared his advice for Getting Away With Shit during Typefest at Design Week Portland. He challenged listeners to “know the rules, have some audacity, don’t ask permission, listen to yourself, get in your work and stay young.”
AIGA has relaunched Get Out the Vote for 2016. This civic engagement initiative wields the power of design to motivate the American public to register and turn out to vote in the 2016 general election, as well as local elections to come.