American Graphic Designs Awards

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American Graphic Design Association (American Institute of Graphic Arts) often referred to as the AIGA, is the United States known professional graphic design organization, founded in 1914, is headquartered in New York City , the existing more than 20, 000 members and more than 200 student chapters [1] . Committed to promoting the development of American design and design publication. Main activities are tailor-based visual communication design, attention to professional designers and information exchange between the views.

The association is a non-profit organization, in 1914, the only American Art Club ( en: National Arts Club ) in the 40 designers build the organization, by the Charles Dikai (Charles Dekay) proposed named American Graphic Design Association, and elected William Howard (William H. Howland) to be in charge [2] , then gradually evolved into today's scale. AIGA current annual design competition organized by the two were known as "365 days: AIGA Annual Design Competition" and "50/50: books and Cover Contest" and published in the following publications, namely Voice digital design journals, AIGA Design Journal, AIGA Winterhouse-reviewed journals and other writing and design. And occasional hosts many educational seminars and workshops. The most grand seminar held every two years AIGA Design Conference, each lasting four days.

U.S. Department of Transportation (Department of Transportation) has worked with the Association to design the 50 traffic signs symbols used in airports, railway stations and other signs of unity. This project is held in 1974, won that year's U.S. Presidential Design Award (Presidential Design Award) [3] .

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