Alisha Ramos is the founder and CEO of "Girls’ Night In," and as someone who recently made the transition to company founder, Alisha seemed like the perfect person to moderate an AIGA DC panel of women entrepreneurs, "Founding Mothers." She talked with AIGA DC about her road to starting and running a business, practicing self-care, and the give-and-take of advice.
This year’s AIGA 50 judges bring a huge breadth of not just design expertise, but life experience. In a conversation with AIGA DC, they shared some of what they’ve learned with us.
More than a beauty contest, the 15th biennial AIGA 50 competition celebrates design that makes an impact. Submit your work by February 23 for your chance to be part of DC design history!
Congratulations to our AIGA DC Fellow for 2018, Dan Banks! Dan Banks has been an active AIGA DC member for many years, including serving as chapter president.
Before coming to DC to celebrate the 10 year anniversary of the Design Continuum Fund, Randall talked with us about transitions in the scholarship, his career and the future of the design world.
It’s never too early to start thinking about your design portfolio. A solid portfolio embodies your skills and experience, and makes a memorable first impression.
There's plenty of buzz around Taylor Swift's new song "Look What You Made Me Do," so let's focus in on what's really important - the lyric video and it's inspiration, the designer Saul Bass.
Jeffrey Everett, designer behind Rockets Are Red and the upcoming retrospective "Facing the Music," talked to us about doing work for yourself, getting paid, and what he sees in DC.