Virtual Event
Thu, Jul 16th, 6:00pm - 7:00pm
Virtual Event

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Finding work in a virtual world

As a student or emerging designer, starting off your design career and presenting yourself and your work in the best way possible is always challenging. During the current stay-in-place restrictions, it is even more difficult. 

  • How do you network, connect, or meet people in the design community when you can’t meet up in person?
  • How do you find and apply for positions virtually?
  • How do you interview, virtually, over video conferencing? How do you show your portfolio? How can you make your best, first impression?

We’re here to help

Your Virtual Foot in the Door is a virtual panel presentation of hiring experts who will address the needs of students and emerging designers trying to find work. Moderated by AIGA MN Director of Education, Bert Lee, the panel will address questions about experience, portfolios, networking, video interviews and much, much more. 

Stay tuned for details. 

You must register for this event. Please click here or on the link above to register.

We hope you will join us. 



Staying creative during COVID-19. #stayHome #staySafe #stayCreative

Contact Leadership

Danilo Bojic
Danilo Bojic
Director of Education
As a native Serbian, born and raised in Belgrade, Danilo has earned his BFA in Graphic Communications and BA in Art History from the University of Houston in 2009. In 2012 Danilo had successfully defended his thesis and holds an MFA Degree in Graphic Communications from the University of Houston.

Danilo engages the questions of enticing shifts in perception in design education and the influence of contemporary society and culture on our visual cognition in his research practice. His goal is to visually investigate the ability to communicate in different formats and create different levels of cognition through perception, acceleration, and construction of messages that raise consciousness, sensitivity, and conviction.

In his teaching practice, Danilo is committed to transforming the traditional design curriculum to expand the level of understanding of core and advance theoretical principles while utilizing historical and contemporary knowledge to enhance the learning experience. Danilo currently teaches design at Winona State University in Minnesota, USA.