AIGA Toledo spent 2016 focusing on an Award Winning community-based art project that connected communities through pulling up a chair and sharing stories of positivity about Strong Women of Toledo. Learn more about how The Sit&Tell Project raised $7,500 to give back to the Toledo art community.
A seasoned design veteran who has served as former AIGA national President and driving force behind the Design for Good campaign, Doug is now the leader of a design revolution taking place at IBM. The presentation covered a wide range of design topics. Ultimately focusing on the growing influence of design in big business and as a front-line change agent capable of
The process was simple, but the results were profound. Design Briefs took aim at the recent rise of business perception that perhaps design is in fact an invaluable asset supporting growth and direction for business. It's no secret to designers and creatives that design and the arts are key to
A recap of AIGA Toledo's first of three in a series of free Toledo Design Events. Call To Action featured Kate Hunt and Dan Klynn on the topic of Design For Good, what it means, what it looks like in the real world, and the hunt for the meaning of "good." To take part in the next two free events, register on our events page here on Toledo.aiga.org
A recap of a great Ohio design event, Rock, Paper, Sizzle the AIGA Summer Show of 2013 and Shutterstock Pixels of Fury. Featuring album artwork from the designers who took part and links to photo albums of party pics.
AIGA Toledo had a swimmingly good time with @Igers_Toledo at the latest Designhood. Graphite Design + Build graciously welcomed us into their studio.