Don’t miss this important article in the current issue of HOW Magazine – “Weather the Storm”discusses how to hold on to your design position in the current economy and includes an interview with Glenn John Arnowitz of InSource. Learn more at http://howdesign.com/article/weatherstorm
My soon-to-end (we’re getting outsourced) five-plus years in-house at Pfizer headquarters were preceded by design staff positions at Vignelli Associates and various NYC corporate identity firms, such as Anspach Grossman Portugal (now Enterprise) and Siegel & Gale. At Siegel & Gale, while designing a brand book for Harley-Davidson, I started to think about going in-house (many of the Harley staff rode their “bikes” to work, Milwaukee winters permitting. It looked like fun.) Freelance assignments included using really large type in exhibition work at the Museum of Natural History, as well as work for American Express, Donovan and Greene, and Interbrand. I graduated with honors from the University of the Arts (formerly Philadelphia College of Art) with a BFA in Graphic Design.
Moira Cullen, The Coca-Company Design Director went down the right path during the redesign of Coke’s identity. Learn more athttp://abduzeedo.com/the-coca-cola-idendity
Whether you are an in-house graphic designer or another member of your project’s creative team, this inspiring yet practical book written by Cathy Fishel with a foreword by Glenn John Arnowitz, offers effective ways to face day-to-day challenges and practice new techniques for staying current on emerging trends within the wider design community.
Today Creative Services is made up of 50 plus associates including creative managers, designers, copywriters, production specialists and various support positions. Creative Services is responsible for the visual and written expression of the Publix Brand as it applies to corporate identity, print communications, package design and retail environments.
Learn more at http://www.mediabistro.com/unbeige/events/aigany_panel_to_probe_ethics_of_information_design_84047.asp
After several years of social work in New Orleans as a child abuse counselor, I decided that advertising was more my speed emotionally and would also allow me to indulge my writing skills. I was fortunate enough to get hired as a copywriter at an in-house advertising department for a retail store, and then spent several years as a copywriter for 3 different ad agencies in the Tampa-St. Pete area. I returned to in-house marketing for an electric utility where I managed the ad agency and a small in-house staff. After 9/11, my social work leanings took me to the Red Cross as their media spokesperson for a couple of years, when I was recruited to AAA to head up their in-house creative department. I’m on the board and a past president of the Tampa Bay Advertising Federation. I have a degree from the University of North Carolina, dropped out of work for 2 years to go sailing with my husband, and still live on the water and enjoy the boating and beachy life.
Learn more at http://www.mckinseyquarterly.com/Strategy/Innovation/Innovation_lessons_from_Pixar_An_interview_with_Oscar-winning_director_Brad_Bird_2127_abstract
Sprint is a globally recognized telecommunications company. We develop and deliver cutting-edge technology that makes our customers’ lives easier. Sprint is at the forefront of integrating long distance, local and wireless communications services, and one of the largest carriers of Internet traffic.
GDUSA magazine recently named three active InSource members – who volunteer their time and talents serving on the InSource Board of Directors – as “People To Watch in 2008.” They are recognized by GDUSA as “creative, talented, successful, newsworthy, and influential” individuals “who embody the spirit of the creative community.”