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17 Feb 2014 - 11:03am
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Ashley Blankette
2012
leannemwagner
2010

Collaborative Brainstorming for Better UX Workshop

Cincinnati Design Week and IxDA Cincinnati are partnering to bring you an awesome workshop on Collaborative Brainstorming for Better UX. It's on Tuesday, Oct. 1 at the Contemporary Arts Center starting at 7:00 om. It will be a 2 hour hands-on exploration into techniques and methods lead by Jessica Ivins (see the full description below) .

Tickets are $8 for AIGA, CAC, and IxDA members, $10 for non-members. Purchase here: http://cdwtuesday1.eventbrite.com/ 

13 Jun 2012 - 7:53pm
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cathiet
2008

AIGA Seattle 25th Anniversary Party

AIGA Seattle is having their 25th Anniversary Party next Friday—June 22 @ 415 Westlake, 7-11pm. Food trucks, beer/wine, live band, design exhibit and raffle giveaway.

9 Feb 2012 - 9:53am
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cathiet
2008

Desperately Seeking Synergy: Developer Panel & Valentine's Day Social

This coming Monday, February 13th, AIGA is hosting a follow up event to last Fall's HIVE Conference.  A panel of seasoned developers will share insights, tips and stories about working with designers.  Mingling and networking to follow.

More information and tickets can be found here: http://aigaseattledevpanel.eventbrite.com/

IxDA Seattle presented two workshops at the HIVE Conference. 

20 Sep 2011 - 10:16am
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lisa mcmichael
2011

Lecture and Social: Design industry leader and AIGA icon Debbie Millman in Tampa Oct. 1

10 WAYS TO POSITION YOURSELF AS A STRATEGIC DESIGNER

Guest Lecturer: Debbie Millman

16 Apr 2011 - 5:00pm
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MJ Broadbent
2010

AIGA's One Day for Design "Conversation"

This past Wednesday, April 13, 2011, the American Institute of Graphic Arts (AIGA) -- a professional membership organization founded in 1914 -- held an ambitious online event entitled One Day for Design. It was ositioned as "an open, global dialogue on the meaning and future of design, and on the meaning and future of professional associations in our field." While it took place primarily on Twitter, participation was also available on the project website.

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