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Welcome to AIGA Baltimore’s first installment of our Designers for Good interview series, featuring conversations with designers who work in the field of social innovation. Our first interview is with Liz Danzico – part designer, part educator, and full-time dog owner. She is also creative director for NPR, overseeing and guiding both the visual and user experience across NPR-branded digital platforms and content. Liz is chair and co-founder of the MFA in Interaction Design program at the School of Visual Arts. She is advisor to startups, nonprofits, global companies, and lecturer. She has written for design-minded publications, including Eye Magazine, Fortune Magazine, Interactions Magazine, and writes part time at bobulate.com.
Every great success story starts at the first chapter, and we are honored to start two books at once. AIGA Baltimore has been awarded two AIGA Innovate grants to work on two special projects that are poised to have a lasting impact on the design community in Baltimore and at large.
YOU: a creative Baltimore area resident. US: a collective of professional designers interested in sharing your creativity across our social streams in order to highlight and amplify the creativity of Baltimore and inspire fellow community creatives.
AIGA Baltimore is calling all designers looking to make in impact in our community! The nation and the world have been focused on Baltimore as we have confronted some of the major issues of our time. In the coming months, we will be working in partnership with the Druid Heights Community Development Corporation and Neighborhood Design Center to develop the community branding for Druid Heights CDC. But we need YOU to do it! AIGA Baltimore is looking for designers, creative and art directors, interactive and UX designers for this initiative. Apply by March 25th to get involved.
This past October, AIGA Baltimore celebrated design by kicking off its 4th annual design week. With over a half dozen events between Oct 16th-23rd, it was one of our best registered and attended design weeks to date. For those who missed it or just want a recap of the week’s events to tide you over until Baltimore Design Week 2016, here is a list of our top seven takeaways from 2016.
Unique personalities are no secret to Charm City. Here’s how AIGA Baltimore decided on our recent rebrand.
The 2015-2016 AIGA Baltimore Board is made up of nine volunteers dedicated to advancing the industry of design and creativity in Baltimore. Meet your Board Members!
Vanessa Ulrich, AIGA Baltimore’s new President says ‘Hello!’
Co-Presidents Jennifer Marin and Stacey Fatica wrap up their co-presidency (and three year terms) with AIGA Baltimore, but they aren’t saying goodbye.