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This week on the Creative South Podcast, I’m talking with Deputy Art Director at AARP, Dian Holton. We chat about how moving around as a kid while her dad was in the military allowed her to be open minded and adaptable as an adult, getting into graphic design after planning on going to college for fashion design & becoming interested in news and publication design while in school, how AARP adjusts to an ever changing market and evolving psychographics, getting involved with AIGA an how it’s helped shape her career, and more.
You can find out more about Dian on Twitter @dianholton and be sure to check out the links in the show notes for more ways to keep up with her. You can keep up with the podcast on Twitter and Facebook @CreativeSoPod, and follow Creative South on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram @CreativeSouthGA or over at CreativeSouth.com, and I’m @jfrostholm on Dribbble, Twitter, and Instagram.
Thank you to JakPrints for sponsoring this episode.
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