Videos from American Institute of Graphic Arts
Chip Kidd's book and graphic designs are heavily influenced by American pop culture.
Cheryl Heller works to use design to help inspire and guide the human experience.
Charles S. Anderson
Charles S. Anderson breaks down his design and illustration career, and how they go hand-in-hand.
In the 1960's, Bill Moggridge began his career in industrial design, and later took part in designing the Grid Compass computer.
Ann Willoughby talks about launching "Willoughby Design Group" in her garage and later expanding into a firm.
Alexander Isley talks about his first job and how it led him to become a senior designer.
John Maeda talks about the rapid improvements of technology, and how it has sculpted his path as a graphic designer.
Jennifer Morla talks about owning her own design studio, and how LEVI's gave her the opportunity to grow as a designer with other companies.
Steve Frykholm talks about starting his graphic design career with Herman Miller, and the work load that came with it.
Bob Greenberg recaps his career and his transition of motion graphics to interactive design.
Abbott Miller discusses the beginning of his design career and how it led to working at the world's largest independent design consultancy, Pentagram.
Marcia Lausen talks about establishing a school of design at UIC and redesigning the Election Production.
Robert Vogele goes from studying Advertising Design to launching a design firm.
Ralph Caplan talks about changing careers from liberal arts to graphic design.
Paola Antonelli talks about her role as the Senior Curator at the Museum of Modern Art.
Hillman Curtis goes from musician, to a filmmaker, author, and new media designer who was later impacted by a medical diagnosis.
Emory Douglas explains his role as a Graphic Designer in the historic Black Panther Party.
Elaine Lustig Cohen
Elaine Lustig Cohen talks about her struggles on becoming a designer and how her design style came to be.
Remembering Dan Friedman's career and his concept of "Radical Modernism."
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