Ready to create 2017 calendars that make an impression from January until December? This webinar will give you actionable tips to create calendars that continue to delight.
To help you make sense of the many options available to you, join design icon Kit Hinrichs on October 6th as he provides an exciting tour of modern calendar techniques and shares exclusive design tips that will ensure your calendars connect with their audience and are treasured day in, day out.
Highlights of this presentation include:
- An overview of the graphic history of calendars.
- The elements that every calendar should include.
- A step-by-step approach to coming up with a theme.
- The basics of using calendars as a marketing tool.
- How print production can enhance—or detract from–your calendar’s design.
Bonus Gift: Attendees of the live event will have the chance to win a 2017 Kallima Paper calendar; 100 lucky people will be chosen in a random drawing. Only those attending the live webinar will be eligible to receive this special gift from Kallima Paper.
Live Webinar Details
Date: Thursday, October 6, 2016
Time: 11am PT / 2:00pm ET
Kit Hinrichs founded Studio Hinrichs in October 2009, following 23 years as a partner of the international design firm, Pentagram. Over the past few decades, Kit has been an influential force in graphic design. Included among the hundreds of projects that he has designed are the California Academy of Sciences graphic identity program, branding for Sony Metreon Entertainment Complex , United Airlines’ Hemispheres Magazine, Design Within Reach identity, the Standard series for Sappi Paper and countless annual report, corporate identity, packaging, exhibition, editorial, and promotional campaign programs. He is also the co-founder and design director of @Issue: Journal of Business and Design, which is now an online magablog — atissuejournal.com.
Kit has taught at the School of Visual Arts in New York, the California College of the Arts in San Francisco, and the Academy of Art in San Francisco. His work has been honored and widely published internationally and several of his pieces are part of the permanent collection of the Museum of Modern Art and the Smithsonian Institution’s Cooper-Hewitt Museum of Design. Kit is also the co-author of several books and a much sought-after guest speaker on design. An avid collector of Stars & Stripes memorabilia, his collection of over 5,000 objects has been exhibited across the country and presented in the book Long May She Wave.
He is a Fellow, past executive board member and most recently (2004) a Medalist of the American Institute of Graphic Arts (AIGA) and a member of the distinguished Alliance Graphique Internationale. Currently, he serves as a trustee of his alma mater, ArtCenter College of Design.