We were able to catch up with in-house designer, Matt Delaney. We learned what Matt loves about his job at HDR in Omaha, we learned about his love for illustration, and we learned that he was right about Snape...
Read on to learn more about Matt for yourself.
We can make our communications clearer to more people than ever before by cultivating relationships and a work culture that better represents those we are trying to reach. “Embrace & Engage & Empower”
AIGA Nebraska is committed to moving diversity and inclusion to the forefront of our conversations. We are proud to stand up next to the inspiring people and organizations of Nebraska that fight for equality and social justice — “Embrace & Engage & Empower”
Attendance at this year's Show was rewarding for design lovers. Judges flew in from around the country, professionals and students showed their best, and together we celebrated the most impressive work of the year. Thank you for your attendance at the event, and for your part in making this year's Show spectacular!
Show is Nebraska’s most prestigious juried design competition, honoring and showcasing the year’s most outstanding creative work. Find out more about the judges, their process, and how the magic works!
Megan Rook is one of our 2016 Designing Opportunity Scholarship winners. We asked her to tell us a little more about herself and how she plans to use the scholarship.
Mackenzie Klein is one of our 2016 Designing Opportunity Scholarship winners. We asked her to tell us a little more about herself and how she plans to use the scholarship.
The AIGA Fellow award is the highest honor an AIGA chapter can bestow upon one of its members. It is a means of recognizing designers who have made a significant contribution to raising the standards of excellence in practice and conduct within their local or regional design community as well as in their local AIGA chapter—and so Jim Wolf's nomination was a surprise to none who know him or his work.
Drew Davies shares his thoughts on where AIGA Nebraska has come, where he sees the future of design going, what's changed for design (and what hasn't), his goals, what the shift toward digital design means, and balancing the commercialization of design with its potential for positive impact.