HOW TO BE A GRAPHIC DESIGNER WITHOUT LOSING YOUR SOUL
WED 19 OCT 7.00pm \ £5/£3 CONCS
What are the ethical and practical issues facing designers today? How do you prepare a business plan, find and keep clients, set up a studio or pitch for work? Perhaps most important of all, how can you create meaningful work without losing your shirt or your soul? For his latest book How to be a Graphic Designer (Laurence King £17.95, available from bookshop after the event) Adrian Shaughnessy, co-founder of design consultancy Intro, interviewed ten of the most respected designers working today. Tonight he will share some of these insights into the rapidly changing world of graphic design.
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