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Intro to Green Graphic Design

Get to know the basics of Green Graphic Design and run a sustainable, eco-friendly, low-impact design studio through this webinar! We’ll talk about paper stocks, environmental policies, why you should go green, and more! We will also be discussing the impact of design work and how that extends beyond our Adobe artboards. The webinar will cover a series of actionable advice and tips that you can easily implement on your next client project.

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Presenter: Emma Fanning

This webinar originally aired on June 16, 2021, and is approximately 1 hour long.

Intro to Green Graphic Design

Get to know the basics of Green Graphic Design and run a sustainable, eco-friendly, low-impact design studio through this webinar! We’ll talk about paper stocks, environmental policies, why you should go green, and more! We will also be discussing the impact of design work and how that extends beyond our Adobe artboards. The webinar will cover a series of actionable advice and tips that you can easily implement on your next client project.

 

 

Guild Member Registration

Guild members: to attend the webinar for FREE, email membership@graphicartistsguild.org with your name, membership number, and the webinar name.

Member price:

$0.00

Email us to register.

Non-Member Price:

$35.00

Members – Access the webinar for FREE – as a benefit of membership. To register, send us an email with your name, membership number, and the webinar title. The webinar link will be sent to members the day before the webinar.

Non-Members – Can join the live webinar at the “Early Bird” price of $30 through one week before the webinar. The usual price is $45. Add the webinar to your shopping cart to receive the webinar link the day before the webinar.

Members can attend our live webinars, or access our entire webinar and teleclass archive for free. Won’t you consider joining today?

More About This Webinar or Presenter

Emma Fanning:

Emma is the co-founder of Little Fox Design, a design studio dedicated to environmentally sustainable design for people and the planet. After seeing the numerous headlines about the climate crisis in 2016, Emma wanted to find some way of integrating sustainability into her design practices. Little Fox specializes in sustainable branding, packaging, and website design for our clients.

Our work focuses on choosing eco-friendly packaging and materials, preserving high-value forests, and reducing the impact of our clients on the environment. Our green design work is based on years of research into climate, forestry, printing, and how this interacts with branding to provide our clients with cutting-edge scientific recommendations for choosing the most sustainable option available.

Little Fox has also developed a course about Green Graphic Design that teaches other designers how to make sustainable choices both inside and outside of their studio and with their clients for design, branding, packaging, and more.

Graphic Artists Guild Webinar Usage Agreement

The Graphic Artists Guild welcomes educators to license use of Webinars to students in educational settings. Contact the Graphic Artists Guild at sales@graphicartistsguild.org in advance to license use of Webinars for teaching.

Guild Webinars are copyrighted; the content included in Webinars is owned by the Graphic Artists Guild and/or the presenter. Users are granted permission to view the Webinars only through direct approval by the Graphic Artists Guild.

Guild members may have access to Guild Webinars as a Membership benefit. Non-members must pay a fee to access Guild Webinars. Guild members, including educators, may not facilitate access, viewing, or dissemination of Guild Webinars, or supplemental content, by non-members including students in an educational setting. Doing so is a breach of contract with the Graphic Artists Guild and a violation of the usage license with the Guild and the Webinar presenter, and is actionable under the law.

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