VIA Studio sponsors LGDA/Ryan Singer event


Jason Clark
Jason Clark

on 10/14/2010

We’ve been working for awhile at the Louisville Graphic Design Association to get some good web-focused designers in to speak to our group. This is the first in what will hopefully be many more. We encourage anyone interested in design for web and web-apps come out to this event. Not to mention it’s catered by the Mayan Cafe!

Ryan Singer: Design Priorities at 37signals

Reception and Lecture on October 21 at 6:00 p.m.

Presented by Louisville Graphic Design Association
Sponsored by VIA Studio

At the Clifton Center

The Louisville Graphic Design Association (LGDA), will host a lecture presentation featuring Ryan Singer, Lead UX Designer for 37signals, October 21, 2010 at the Clifton Center (2117 Payne Street). The event will begin with a Reception at 6:00pm (which includes a cash bar, and appetizers by The Mayan Cafe) and the Presentation will begin at 7:00pm followed by a question and answer session.

Ryan Singer is Product Manager and Lead UI Designer at 37signals. Since 2003, his interface and software designs for 37signals have pushed the standards of web application usability and clarity. Ryan is an internationally recognized speaker on interface design and web software production. He lives in Chicago with his wife and two french bulldogs.

“LGDA is thrilled to host this noted web design expert,” said Jason Clark, President of the Louisville Graphic Design Association. “Web Design, Web Applications, and Mobile Applications are now critical skills in the design world, and lectures such as these will engage and inspire our community.”

The evening will include a giveaway for a buy-one-get-one-free design entry in the upcoming 21st Annual LGDA 100 Awards Show for all member attendees.

The event is free for LGDA members, $10 for non-members and $5 for non-member students with a valid student I.D. Attendees should RSVP to events@lgda.org.

We care deeply about the products we build for our customers. Quality, clarity, attention to detail, ease-of-use, and usefulness are at the core of everything we do. We put this energy into building web-based apps that make it easier to collaborate, share, discuss, and get work done.

Our products are built for small groups. In some cases that means an entire small company, but in other cases it might mean a department in one of the world’s largest corporations. Every company is made of small groups. We make those groups work better.

VIA Studio is an interactive agency specializing in quality Marketing, Creative and web services including Web Development, Analysis & Planning, Mobile Apps, Content Strategies, Old School Advertising & Brand Development, Search Engine Optimization and more. Information at /.

The Louisville Graphic Design Association is a non-profit organization of individuals representing all facets of design including graphic designers, web and motion designers, photographers, copy-writers, art directors and fine artists in all types of media from print to broadcast to digital. In 2010, LGDA celebrates 21 years of enhancing the quality of graphic design in its home community of Louisville, Kentucky, and educating the general public and the business community about the pervasive role that design plays in our everyday lives. Established in 1989 by a handful of designers, LGDA has grown to a membership of approximately 200. LGDA features nationally and internationally recognized designers and design-related speakers in an annual series of public lectures. For more information visit www.lgda.org.

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