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25

Nov
2018

In Events
Updates

By FigDesign

The Branding and Marketing of Your Non-profit Organization

On 25, Nov 2018 | In Events, Updates | By FigDesign

The Catholic Foundation presents a Catholic Community Network Event

Panelists Mark Platt, David Fiegenschue and Cliff Smith discuss the importance of a robust, up-to-date branding and marketing strategy and practice to the success of a nonprofit organization. Each panelist will speak for 10–15 minutes followed by a discussion between the panelists and the audience.

December 5, 2018
7:30-9:30 a.m.
The Catholic Foundation

RSVP to virginia@catholicfoundation.com
Open to the public.

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06

Sep
2016

In Events
Updates

By FigDesign

FigDesign@30 exhibit

On 06, Sep 2016 | In Events, Updates | By FigDesign

An exhibit of logo design work from our first 30 years.

The logo exhibit was on display in the first floor lobby area of SB Hall on the University of Dallas campus from 10 October through 11 November 2016.

An opening reception was held
Tuesday, October 11, 2016
5:30-7pm
SB Hall on the University of Dallas campus

 

FigDesign@30 panels

FigDesign@30

10 October through 11 November 2016
Opening reception 11 October from 5:30 to 7:00pm

University of Dallas
Satish & Yasmin Gupta College of Business
SB Hall
2925 Gorman Drive
Irving, TX 75062

07

Jul
2015

In Updates

By FigDesign

FigFamily 2015 chicken shirt

On 07, Jul 2015 | In Updates | By FigDesign

Our annual get-together produced a multi-contributor design and screen printing event. Several family members had recently taken on raising chickens, so the hen with fig in beak and wearing one shoe became the group design.

After the image was drawn on the screen and the screen processed, dozens of tshirts were printed in all sizes from tiny to huge. Several additional prints were screened onto different colors of 12″ x 17.5″ construction paper.

15

Oct
2014

In Brand

By FigDesign

bookbook™ from IKEA

On 15, Oct 2014 | In Brand | By FigDesign

Nicely done, IKEA! As Greg Brown, a long-time designer at FigDesign, used to say in the early days of web site design, “PAPER is user-friendly!”

11

Apr
2014

In Art

By FigDesign

Juergen Strunck Printmaking Alumni Exhibit

On 11, Apr 2014 | In Art | By FigDesign

The Haggerty Gallery at the University of Dallas presented a selection of work by alumni of the University of Dallas Printmaking Department. Professor Strunck’s inestimable influence as a teacher is celebrated by this exhibit. It also marks his retirement from teaching this spring.

Kleineword, a lithograph by David Fiegenschue, was included in the exhibit. The work for the show was selected by Professor Mark Anderson, printmaker and Chairman of the Art Department at Baylor University.

Fiegenschue received a BA in Printmaking under Strunck, studying etching, screen printing and lithography.

14

Jun
2013

In Events
Updates

By FigDesign

North Lake College Computer Graphics Advisory Committee

On 14, Jun 2013 | In Events, Updates | By FigDesign

Several local design professionals, including FigDesign’s David Fiegenschue, met at North Lake College to review and provide input for the school’s growing Computer Graphics program. The group:

  • Evaluated the goals and objectives of the Computer Graphics program
  • Established workplace competencies for student occupations
  • Revised and updated the Computer Graphics program curriculum
  • Evaluated the adequacy of existing college facilities, equipment and software
  • Advised on the purchase of new hardware and software
  • Identified local business and industry leaders who may provide students with external learning experiences
  • Sought placement opportunities and employment for students

“Education is obviously a key component in shaping the future of design and visual communications,” said Fiegenschue. “In this fast-paced and fluid environment, the next generation will need to be flexible, smart and up-to-date on tools, platforms and strategies to help clients. Colleges that lead students forward will help shape the language of design.”