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Lunch with Designer, Printmaker Andy Kurtts: Serving “Fresh” Perspectives

Lunch with Designer, Printmaker Andy Kurtts: Serving “Fresh” Perspectives By Ed Roberts Last June, I attended my first InSource Regional Roundtable, an amazing workshop where in-house creative leaders assembled to discuss the challenges, breakthroughs and best practices of navigating the design landscape within corporate America. I left the workshop creatively refreshed and with the...

A Creative Team of the Future Update

By Donna Farrugia, Executive Director of The Creative Group Last summer, we launched a new research program, The Creative Team of the Future, which takes a look at key trends shaping the creative profession and how to prepare for upcoming changes. In fact, some of you may be familiar with this project as we...

My Bad: Hysteria Hijacks Credibility

The above slide was excerpted from a talk I gave at AIGA Houston where I used all my mistakes as an opportunity to help others avoid them. One of the bad behaviors I engaged in for far too long was using panic as a means to get traction with my managers when I needed...

AIGA Shoutout: Humiliated in Houston – NOT

  Last Friday I had the privilege of presenting to the in-house community at the gracious invitation of AIGA Houston. Before I touch on the topic of the talk, I have to thank the Houston chapter for their Texan hospitality. They did a wonderful job of promoting the event, securing a great venue at...