Design feedback shouldn't be a painful process. The most successful projects are usually ones with a collaborative workflow between a well-balanced team of designers, developers, project management, and of course — clients!
Uncategorized · September 27, 2013
by Jessica Tremblay
On April 19th a number of Texas designers and fine artists were invited to participate in a poster show for Texas Appleseed, curated by our friends at Lewis Carnegie. This wonderful organization helps shed light on important social justice issues of our day.
Featured · May 22, 2017
by Jessica Tremblay
Great leaders make great organizations. You can help determine the future of AIGA Austin by nominating its leaders. Who do you think would be great? Who is already leading the Austin design community in a positive direction? Could it be you? Now is the time to get those great leaders in an organization where they can have a greater impact.
Featured · April 30, 2017
by Jessica Tremblay
The Maura Rose Kampa Scholarship annually recognizes one student of design, advertising, photography, or illustration who showcases great craft, financial need, and an audacity and commitment to a future as a creative career professional.
Featured · April 17, 2017
by Sheena Wendt
Uncategorized · March 26, 2017
by Sheena Wendt
AIGA Creative SpaCreative Space: Designing with Constraintsce, an after-school design program for high school students, launched its pilot event at Round Rock High School to much success. Faculty for the program included 15 area design professionals
Featured, Uncategorized · January 30, 2017
by Sheena Wendt
Our second annual Afterhours Poster Show was a huge success, raising $4,000 for our nonprofit partner, Austin Pets Alive! This year’s theme was “Scales, Tails, Feathers, and Paws.” We had 40 poster artists represented
Uncategorized · January 30, 2017
by Clay McClure
Uncategorized · September 15, 2016
by Tiffany Stewart
Featured · August 30, 2016
by Clay McClure
Featured, Uncategorized · August 30, 2016