AIGA EYE ON DESIGN

Published by AIGA, America's largest and oldest professional association for design, Eye on Design seeks to put a "well trained eye" towards the best work of emerging and established designers.

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Campaign Planning
Paid Media Strategy
Campaign Reporting
Tone of Voice
Copy Writing
Strategy + Promotion
Live Content Capture
Real Time Engagement
Live Streaming
 

CHALLENGE

In November 2016 with the launch of their new site, AIGA Eye on Design challenged us to develop a social presence to showcase their editorial content, designer projects, and create a social community for creatives. Our goal was increase engagement and impressions as well as social-driven sales for their Conference as well as newly launched Eye on Design Magazine.

 

SOLUTION

To kick-off our partnership, we launched Eye on Design's social media channels (Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn) as well as their new branding for one consistent identity across all digital platforms. Through a focused social strategy, we increased engagement, impressions, and followers on all channels and built Eye on Design into a pivotal design and creative account to connect with on social. With the launch of their Conference and Magazine, we have created strategies to launch and build excitement around each new aspect of the growing digital and print brand with Q+A's, giveaways, designer takeovers, and user generated content. 

 

RESULT

Since November 2016, follower growth increased by 258.4k across all channels

Engagements increased weekly by an average 155.9% a result of 1.9m total   

Impressions increased weekly by an average of 367.35% with a total of 45.3M

Drove 15% of magazine sales from social channels

 

@AIGAEYEONDESIGN

 
 
 
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CAN WE DESIGN A MORE PERFECT DESIGN UNION?

 

WHAT HAPPENS WHE YOU TRY TO START A DESIGN UNION?

We helped capture a night of unity when students and recent grads; small business owners and studios-of-one; freelancers and independent contractors; CEOs and entrepreneurs; educators and mentors all came together to discuss the rights and wrongs of the way we work today, and what can be done about it.

 
 

AIGA EYE ON DESIGN CONFERENCE