The Portfolio Review Weekend continues to be a success year after year thanks to all the professionals, students, and volunteers who come together to help shape our area’s future creative community—we could not do it without you.
As a designer, regardless of whether you’re a student or a long-time professional, your portfolio is what represents you. No doubt you’ve heard that a great portfolio is built on quality over quantity; that it’s not about how much work you’ve done, but the type of work you believe is your best.
The designers at Brunet-García generously volunteered their time and resources to rebrand Discover Design.
This year, AIGA Jax was fortunate enough to be a part of DMAB's summer program series. Their "Empire State of Mind" theme helped students understand the scale and importance of art, design and culture in NYC.
Save the date! Always Summer Poster Show + Mixtape is back for its 8th year! More posters, more music, more creatives.
On Saturday, June 25th, AIGA Orlando held their Love By Design event, an all-day celebration of the city's resilience designed to inspire all to stand up against discrimination and violence.
In the wake of the Orlando shooting, AIGA Orlando is seeking poster submissions from AIGA chapters for their Love By Design event on June 25.
AIGA Jacksonville’s 8th Discover Design final presentation day wrapped up 12 weeks of professional designers mentoring 10 very talented local high-school students. On May 14th, 2016, the students presented their final projects in front of their friends and family in the MOCA Jacksonville auditorium.
Russel Quadros helped us kick-start our first Identity Crisis event of the semester to help avert the struggles many designers face when branding oneself.