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Visiting Designers Lecture – NEETNEVES: Lessons Learned
WhenThursday, Mar. 30, 2017, 6:30 p.m.
Campus locationArt Building (ART)
Campus roomRoom 003
Event typesLectures/Seminars
Event sponsorsDivision of Design, School of Art + Art History + Design
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A presentation by three alums who work at Lippincott headquarters in New York City: Partner Daniel P. Johnston (BFA Design 2004), Senior Designer James Atkins (BDes 2012), and Designer Kaito Gengo (BDes 2015).

Lippincott is a global creative consultancy with services in brand strategy, design, innovation, and culture change. The firm is responsible for some of the most iconic design work in the world — from the red and white Campbell's soup can to the green Starbucks siren. Formed by J. Gordon Lippincott and Walter P. Margulies in 1943, the firm pioneered the discipline of corporate identity and has driven movements across product design, marketing strategy, immersive environments, and human behavior as well as documenting thought leadership through its influential Sense publications since the 1950s. Today, Lippincott continues to help leaders succeed on the edge of change.

This presentation precedes the UW Design Career Fair on Friday, March 31. At the UW Design Career Fair, Lippincott is seeking to hire summer Interns to assist their award-winning teams on a range of projects — across identity, print, digital, and interactive experiences. Please see lippincott.com for more information.

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