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Wednesday, Mar 19 (07:00 PM) @ General Assembly
 
        

        

        
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Cost:  $15
 
URL:  Click here for Event Website
 
Location: 
General Assembly, 902 Broadway, 4th Fl, New York
 
 
 
Description
On Rejection is a funny and heartbreaking tale of making it (or not) in New York. The presentation begins in early 2003 when a good friend sent Debbie Millman an email with a subject line that read: Begin drinking heavily before opening. The email contained a link that took her to a “blog,” the first-ever online forum about graphic design and branding. Suddenly she found herself reading an article that disparaged her entire career to date. This experience—in tandem with a number of historical rejections and setbacks—sent Millman into deep despair, and she seriously considered leaving the design profession altogether. In a series of poignant, revealing and sometimes hysterical anecdotes, Debbie will share her journey out of despair and offer insight on how the worst moments in your life can actually become the most profound and life affirming.

Named one of the most influential designers working today by GDUSA, Debbie Millman is a designer, author, educator and strategist. She is President of the design division at Sterling Brands where she has worked on the redesign of over 200 global brands. Debbie is also Co-Founder and Chair of the world’s first Masters in Branding Program at the School of Visual Arts in New York City. She is President Emeritus of AIGA, the largest professional association for design in the world and a contributing editor at Print Magazine. In 2005, she began hosting, “Design Matters,” the first podcast about design on the Internet. In 2011, the show was awarded a Cooper Hewitt National Design Award. She is the author of six books on design and branding.
 
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