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Lazy Sunday Mornings: Slow and Steady Wins the Race

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AIGA New Orleans
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July 20, 2014
Be the Tortoise – Be Patient and Win the Race

Tales of the Cocktail has no doubt been a great way to celebrate the long week, but with Monday approaching, we have a few selections for you to keep your mind focused on the prize. Patience can be rewarding.

 

It’s Been a Slow – But Promising – Year of Growth for Design Careers
This week, our national and parent organization released the 2014 Survey of Design Salaries. The survey is a national index of salaries and also functions as a confidence check to measure and report industry levels. AIGA executive director Richard Grefé offers his insights on the findings of the 2014 Survey of Design Salaries. Check out the report from Ric and explore the survey to see how you stack up.

 

My Life with Piper: From Big House to Small Screen
Orange is the New Black is everyone’s main Netflix obsession. We know the story is based on the experiences of Piper Kerman, but what did it look and feel like from Larry, her writer partner’s, point of view?

 

Permission to Sin: How Moral Licensing Sabotages Your Long-Term Goals
Ate well yesterday, but decided to binge today? Apparently, this is call moral licensing. Elizabeth Grace Saunders, a writer at 99U, talks about how that can derail your long-term goals.

 

#TBT Know Your Design History: The History of Graphic Design in South Louisiana
Nancy Sharon Collins, Special Projects Director, writes a monthly column on design history. This week, she shared some digital archive samples from the HGDSL project that collects, documents, and archives pieces of design history from South Louisiana.

 

Lazy Sunday Mornings

Lazy Sunday Mornings is a series much like Cool Stuff Roundup, but bringing you content that is fit for your lazy Sundays – longer, meatier, and chock full of deep thoughts and cool concepts.

 

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