October 3, 2015

UCDA Design Conference 2015

University and college designers, be sure to attend the Four Dimensions of Communication and Culture session at the 2015 UCDA National Conference.

As designers, we know that communications matters—and design is the catalyst. A culture of communication unites every aspect of an institution’s mission—admissions, advancement, academics, athletics, economic development and leadership—to advance your mission and improve your student experience.

  • Location: Hyatt Regency Grand Cypress
  • Date: Tuesday, 06 October 2015

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The 45th Annual UCDA Design Conference provides communication professionals an opportunity to get an in-depth look at some of the issues facing designers and communication professionals both in and out of educational institutions and gain the spark you need to create your best work.

University and college designers, be sure to attend the Four Dimensions of Communication and Culture session at the 2015 UCDA National Conference.

Based upon four dimensions of communication, learn how 12 resolutions of The Cause Manifesto work together to communicate your purpose, character, culture and voice. These four cornerstones strengthen your institution’s culture  internally and externally, inspiring your audiences and connecting students, donors, stakeholders and the community with your mission and impact.


Brian Sooy is a past presenter of UCDA and CASE conference and workshop sessions. He is a frequent contributor to UCDA Designer magazine, and has also contributed to Entrepreneur.com, SAP Innovation Blog, and other leading publications.

He is the founder and president of Aespire, a creative agency that works with higher education on branding, design, marketing and interactive initiatives.H e is also the principal designer at alteredegofonts.com and a typographic branding consultant. Brian is the author of Raise Your Voice: A Cause Manifesto (RockBench, 2014) and the creator of the Raise Your Voice podcast. Interact with him online on Twitter, Instagram and Pinterest @briansooy.

 

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