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2017 Student Portfolio Review

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AIGA
Published
May 11, 2017

On Saturday, April 1st 2017, AIGA Indy held our annual Student Portfolio Review at DeveloperTown’s amazing space in Broad Ripple.

 

About 25 students and 25 professionals came out to spend time mingling, networking, and talking about design portfolios. Students received feedback and advice from practicing design professionals. Six awards were given out to deserving students with exceptional portfolios.

 

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 3 Seniors from the Herron’s Visual Communications Department. Students from left:
Anthony Carranza, Parker McCullough, & Jennifer Ashburn

A big THANK YOU to goes to our professional design community, who put a lot of time and thought into reviewing the student’s work and sponsoring unique awards in the following categories:

  • Miles Herndon for presenting awards in both Branding and Typography categories
  • Collabo Creative for presenting awards in the Service Design and Design Research categories
  • David Wolske for presenting the award for the Print category
  • Sports Graphics + Section 127 for presenting the award for the Environmental/Experimental Design category

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And special thanks to our sponsors, DeveloperTown and Collabo Creative, for providing the space and the tools to make this year’s portfolio review a success!artisan-talent-logo

Be on the lookout for our “Everything’s a Prototype” portfolio and panel event in December! Students and professionals alike can come with any kind of work-in-progress for a chance to get feedback from one another and speak with a set of practicing designers and educators in our panel discussion.

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