AIGA.org Redesigned

The AIGA national website, long a deep resource for design advocacy and documentation, has just been redesigned. The new format makes the rich content from its various “journals,” like AIGA VOICE (which I have edited with Sue Apfelbaum), and archives more integrated into the overall fabric of AIGA’s online offerings. For each slice of primary content, the site offers greater options for complementary and supplementary items of interest. Check out the new site here. And read my inaugural essay “What to do with Design Stuff” here.

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3 thoughts on “AIGA.org Redesigned

  1. Devin

    It’s shocking that they are not using any of the available web typography—free or fee, font or @font-face. 
    All the same, it’s very nice otherwise. 

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