Thursday, July 31, 630–830p
Trone Brand Energy
1823 Eastchester Drive, High Point
Students and Members $5, Potential Members $15
Food and drink will be provided.
AIGA TRIAD NC invites you to join us for an in-house panel discussion featuring creative directors from Under Armour, Krispy Kreme, and Wake Forest University! These creative leaders will share insight into the inner workings of in-house design studios—shedding light on the current struggles and successes faced in an in-house design environment.
While all of these professionals work in-house, each have varying perspectives and unique responsibilities. Our panelists will cover a variety of topics including maintaining brand consistency, finding inspiration, and managing work flow.
This event is meant to be an engaging and informative, yet casual and will help provide support, resources, and inspiration for the many in-house designers working here in the Triad and the surrounding areas. Come with questions, concerns, and advice to join the conversation!
Luiz “Guto” Andrade, Sr. Director, Creative and Design at Under Armour, Inc.
Martin Davidson, Global Creative Director, Krispy Kreme
Hayes Henderson, Executive Creative Director, Wake Forest University
Brent Piper, Newly-elected AIGA Triad NC President and Director of Design at Wake Forest University
If your organization would benefit from your attendance at this panel discussion, it’s a great idea to talk with your employer about making this a company-paid professional development opportunity.
Purchase Tickets to INitiative [INHOUSE] Panel Discussion
INitiative is a joint partnership between AIGA and The Creative Group. This national program provides knowledge and tools to help in-house designers make a greater impact at their companies, evolve professionally and connect with a broader network of peers. INitiative delivers inspiration, advice and insights from leaders of the in-house sector via online channels and in-person events.
Special thanks to our Platinum Sponsor, The Creative Group, and our Gold Sponsors, Monadnock and Salem Printing.