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Events & Recaps
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Learn about Brian Kappel's road to studio ownership, with a diverse and varied career that shows there is always more to be done.
AIGA Portland celebrated dMob Holiday Edition 2017 by collecting goods for the Oregon Humane Society and celebrating community.
We chat with Portland's Independent Print Resource Center about their new studio space, their history as a radical printing resource, and get a sneak peek into the Risography studio set to open in January.
We brought together a dynamic panel of in-house design leaders to discuss how to survive and thrive while working in-house.
Design For Good spotlight on Heldáy de la Cruz, a Mexican illustrator and designer who focuses his work on identity and social justice issues.
Learn about Tricia Langman, an independent textile designer whose work has been seen all around the world.
Jeffrey Zeldman is one of the true pioneers of the web. He is a serial entrepreneur and one of the most respected designers in the industry today. Designer and writer, Erin Lynch, talks to him about starting a studio, taking risks, and the power of reinvention.
Portland's first Ladies Get Paid Town Hall was standing room only, with over 150 women coming together to learn from each other and discuss strategies for demanding a fair wage.
September's dMob focused on Resists, working with Visibile to bring together creatives to design for social good. Pins, posters, and conversation ignited a passion within our community.