We followed up our recent trip to Boston for the Green Media Show with attending local sustainability conference. The GreenBusiness Works Expo 2008 was held at Cobb Galleria. The conference an interesting, diverse crowd of speaker/presenters, exhibitors, and attendees.
AIGA Atlanta is holding an event tonight for junior designers looking for their next job. Citizen Studio partner Linda Doherty will be one of six panelists discussing topics including when to leave a job, how to find the right next position, and sharing advice on moving up in the ranks.
Thursday night we heard a great talk and visited afterwards with Brian Dougherty of Celery Design Collaborative. Brian’s been creating sustainable communications for ten years in Berkeley, California and is just finishing up a book called Green Graphic Design.
Citizen Studio just launched a redesigned Croft & Associates web site to provide the rapidly growing company with a more well-defined online presence. The site for the Kennesaw, GA-based architecture firm includes a platform to publish news and expanded project galleries. The company has designed and is constructing a new green building in downtown Acworth for which they’ll seek LEED accreditation.
In a presentation sponsored by Offset Atlanta, we heard an inspiring talk by Derek Smith of Derek Smith & Associates. He spoke about how our choices in printing and paper affect the environment. This was a great reminder of why we do what we do at Citizen Studio, so we thought we’d remind you. It’s our responsibility to find the best medium to communicate with our client’s audience.