Thu, Apr 12th, 6:30pm - 8:30pm
CO Exhibitions
1101 NE Stinson Blvd, Minneapolis MN 55413

So... Apps – A New World at Your Fingertips

You are invited to the next “So…” event – the focus will be on how mobile phones and tablets provide a whole new opportunity for designers. Join us for an evening to learn why these new platforms are so inspiring and how we already have the tools we need to start creating. Our evening will be begin with a presentation from the Minneapolis interactive agency Sevnthsin. Sevnthsin will dazzle you with all that is possible in this new world of design. Learn how they work with their clients and how designers work with developers to create amazing new apps. For the second half of the evening, we’ll learn how accessible the app world really is to designers. We will be joined by Keith Gilbert of Gilbert Consulting. Keith will show us how to design an iPad app using InDesign.

Registration closes April 10. Register Now »

AIGA members $10 / nonmembers $15 CO Exhibitions 1101 Stinson Blvd NE #2 Minneapolis, MN. 55413 Presented by AIGA Minnesota Emerging Designers Committee. “So…” is the beginning of a question, an idea, a community, a statement. Emerging designers (typically in their first 4 years out of school) are brought together through a quarterly series of lectures, discussions and social networking hours. This is place where we explore the essential topics that you were never taught in school, or have been dying to ask since you broke into design.

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Amanda Sagstetter
Amanda Sagstetter
Director of Career Practice
With strong design thinking and creative execution, Amanda has been a graphic designer and effective visual communicator for the past 15 years. She graduated from the University of Minnesota with a Bachelor’s degree in Design Communication in 2001. Since graduating she has worked at such companies as SUPERVALU, USP Structural Connectors, and Syncada from Visa. Currently she is an in-house designer at Thrivent Financial.

She sees the big picture and understands that her designs have to do more than look visually appealing; they have to convey the brand, communicate a message, and help achieve the desired goals. Passionate about the brands and designs that she works on, she is always looking for a new, creative, and innovative way to express an idea or message.

Amanda has become increasingly active in AIGA Minnesota over the past few years as a member of the In-House Designers Committee, for which she served as the Committee Chair for a year and a half, and now as the Director of Career Practice.