AIGA Annual Report 2012

This year was an important year in the transformation of AIGA into an association that best serves a rapidly changing profession as it enters its second century. After extensive consultation with members, chapter leaders and national board members, AIGA has sought to provide greater engagement among members in documenting, commenting on and validating great design; it has also focused on promoting the process of design over the artifacts created. A new membership fee structure was introduced to make participation more accessible and inclusive; professional development activities have been increased through a range of webcasts and smaller conferences; and systems have been introduced to assist chapters in playing the most important institutional role in supporting members.

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By Steve
Published March 19, 2013
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