AIGA Pittsburgh and Adobe are partnering yet again to bring you the freshest Adobe Creative Cloud tips and tricks. Hear from expert Brian Wood as he guides us through two of Adobe's latest workshops, 5 things Print Designers need to know about Designing for Web and You can do Creative Work on Mobile Devices. You won't want to miss out on this exciting and intimate learning opportunity. Capacity is limited to 40 people per session, so register soon! Registrations are available for one or both sessions. Attendees are encouraged to come half an hour in advance of the workshop for refreshments and to settle in.
Workshop Day Schedule
8:30 am Registration
9:00-10:45 am Session 1: 5 things Print Designers need to know about Designing for Web
10:45am-12pm Lunch Break
12:00pm-1:45pm Session 2: You can do Creative Work on Mobile Devices
AIGA will raffle away the chance to win a 1-year membership to Creative Cloud and two 1 year subscriptions to Skillshare.
Laptops are encouraged, but not required.
Light refreshments will be provided during the workshop.
Tuesday, June 9, 2015 / Pittsburgh
ANNUAL OPEN BOARD MEETING & PICNIC
The AIGA Pittsburgh board of directors invites members and non-members to our annual open board meeting. This once a year event is a great opportunity to learn more about how our chapter functions and how the board makes decisions that affect member services and programming. This is a condensed meeting of the board of directors that includes a State of the Chapter address; an open forum for questions, comments, and suggestions; and a post-adjournment social hour.
So join us at Bayardstown Social Club in the Strip for some summer fun, grilled food, and creative camaraderie. AIGA Pittsburgh is providing free admission for this event. In true yinzer fashion it's BYOB and we will be getting together rain or shine.
Thursday, June 18, 2015 - Friday, June 19, 2015 / San Francisco
Gain confidence to lead internal and external problem-solving workshops and learn how to address important issues like managing team dynamics and navigating community problems. Attendees will return to work with tools, techniques and resources to help run more effective meetings, foster collaboration and effect social outcomes. For more information, visit: aiga.org/facilitation-by-design/