September 12th, 2013
Debbie Millman is the president of the design division at Sterling Brands. She is also President Emeritus of AIGA, a contributing editor to Print Magazine, and chair of the School of Visual Arts’ master’s program in Branding. In 2005, she began hosting the podcast show, DESIGN MATTERS.
In a recent "Design Matters" broadcast, Debbie interviewed the World-Class Graphic Designer Aaron Draplin.
Aaron Draplin is the force powering Draplin Design Company in Portland, Oregon. Having made a name for himself with stand-out work for snowboarding companies and their like, he's now courting more mainstream clients including Coal Headwear, Union Binding Co., Richmond Fontaine, Field Notes, Esquire, Nike, Wired, Timberline, Chunklet, Red Wing, Incase, Giro, Cobra Dogs, Megafaun, Ford Motor Co., Hughes Entertainment, Chuck Prophet, and even the Obama Administration. Born in the Midwest, and a graduate of the Minneapolis College of Art, Draplin has become an important voice in the world of graphic design while maintaining a sense of humor.
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Here is their discussion down below, enjoy:
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Here are just a few of Debbie Millman’s Books on Graphic Design:
December 16th, 2012
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July 26th, 2012
This video is funny, because it’s a true response many Freelance Designers can get while working out in the field, but it’s also pretty serious. It’s all about Clients who think Photographers should work for free “because their work is easy to do. Plus, if they do it for free it’s not a big deal because they will get a free by-line which will give them good exposure”, LOL! Graphic Designers, Artists, Web Masters, Illustrators, Copy Writers, etc… can all relate to this! Plus, the character’s response to this is very well thought out and could be the very thing you need to say to your next Client. Remember, “Exposure Doesn’t Pay Bills”.