Douglas’ inspiring journey has taken him from designer to strategist, to now teaching other creatives the business of design. Wherever he shares, he helps provide a framework for the design industry. A framework that can be applied to concept pitches or to how to think about your career. Strategy has been something design schools haven’t focused on, and it’s more important than ever we understand it. After stepping into Harvard Business school, Douglas realized how big the disconnect was for designers. Since then, he’s taught at NYU, HOW Design University, Manhattan Early College School for Advertising, and the City College of New York, all while running The Davis Group LLC.
Douglas took it upon himself to fill the void between design and business and teaches left-brain business skills to right-brain creative thinkers with his book, Creative Strategy and the Business of Design. He’s helped creatives across the country better understand business goals, how to set them up, but most importantly, how to measure their success for clients.
There is a need to understand more than what looks good for your career to blossom. Join us on October 15th as Douglas shares how to turn the rational language of business into the emotional language of design. You already have the creativity; now it’s time to gain needed business insights.
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Tickets start at just $5 for members, $10 for nonmembers, and free for student members. For those who may be laid off or are struggling due to to the current economic climate, we have opened 20 seats available as 'pay what you can'—$1, or any amount you can afford. All proceeds support The Design Continuum Fund, our annual scholarship that supports local students in need, in order to further their education in art and design.
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||*As low as $1, or any amount you can afford
*For those who may be laid off or struggling due to to the current economic climate, we have opened 20 seats available starting at just $1, or whatever amount you can afford.