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The Lunch Box
An AIGA Seattle Thought Leadership Series
Join us at a different local studio each month for The Lunch Box. Break away from your desk to visit an amazing studio and listen to local design leaders present original perspectives that will inspire, shift or interrupt your relationship with the design space. After the presentation there will be a chance to ask questions and pick the brains of some of Seattle's brightest design minds.
Our February lunch will be hosted by Turnstyle who will discuss:
We Heart Analog
In a time where design is increasingly moving to the screen, there is something deeply satisfying in designing for the printed page, the tangible package or product, or even the fuzzy t-shirt. When our clients don't provide sufficient assignments for analog design work, we'll make up our own projects and produce them as client gifts. Whatever we have to do give ourselves a chance to make stuff.
Steve Watson – Creative Director
Ben Graham – Creative Director
Turnstyle is an innovative graphic design and branding studio for print, web, packaging and retail located in Seattle, WA and Portland, OR.
Arrive at Turnstyle at 11:50am for a catered lunch and beverage. Listen to insanely bright design professionals and meet a few new folks in the process. Once registered, we'll send a follow up email with lunch menu options, including vegetarian and health-conscious options. AIGA members must show their membership card at check-in.
4743 Ballard Ave. NW Suite 200
Seattle, WA 98107
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AIGA is the professional association for design.
Our mission: To advance designing as a professional craft, strategic tool, and vital cultural force. We believe that by increasing the influence of design, we can improve the human experience.
Founded in 1914, AIGA is the oldest and largest membership association for design professionals. Today the national organization represents more than 20,000 designers participating in 65 local chapters and more than 200 student groups.
AIGA supports design professionals, educators, and students at whatever stage they are in their careers. The association spans the many varied branches of the profession: from book design, typography, and other types of traditional communication design to newer disciplines such as interaction design and experience design.
AIGA has become a forum for design professionals to exchange ideas and information, participate in critical analysis and research, and advance education and ethical practice.
AIGA is a nonprofit, 501(c)(3) educational institution.
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