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Jimmy Guterman

At Collective Next, we like to think we can scribe anywhere. Last night we put that belief to the test when our Kris Henry and art director emerita Mel Segall supported a fascinating Boston Idea Week panel on the future of startups in our hometown that was held in an underground subway station. It was a bit warm despite being underground (“it feels like the amphibian house at the zoo,” Mel said), but...

Mike LaRhette

October seems to be the month of meetings in the Boston design scene. I managed to attend two of them last week, and while they were very different in nature they did share some common themes about design and design thinking: it is a discipline, a process, a field of study, a term going mainstream, and above all a business imperative.

On October 5th AIGA Boston hosted an evening...