AIGA Idaho is hosting their next Creative Coffee meetup on Friday, February 3rd (sorry for the short notice) from 8:00 a.m. – 9:00 a.m. at Moon’s Kitchen in downtown Boise. From the event’s description on Facebook:
Our next Creative Coffee meetup will be a open discussion on the state of the Design industry and community in Boise. Joining the discussion will be Ricky Lyman from Scentsy, Kristy Weyhrich of W Design and Justin Kuntz of Creative Soapbox. The format will be somewhat open, with opportunity for discussion on a wide range of topics effecting us as designers.
This event is free (you pay for your food) and welcome to all. Seating is limited so come early to get a spot. Also, if you have any questions you would like to submit, feel free to post them here on the wall.
If you’d like to RSVP or if you have questions, see the event page on Facebook for more.
The new hire news seems to be a common thing these days — and that’s a good thing, I think.
In this latest round, Creative Soapbox has added Ryan Lascano as Lead UX and Interactive Designer. Ryan was previously with Carew Co., where he spent the past few years doing ‘creative that works.’
Creative Soapbox in Boise has an opening for a Lead UX and Interaction Designer. From the job description on their website:
We are looking for a top-notch, ambitious and very talented interactive designer with a stellar portfolio, showcasing examples of compelling and usable design. Creative Soapbox is a small, talented team so you will wear many hats from project manager to design grunt. You will work on large-scale client and internal projects using your creative skills to develop memorable user experiences. The ideal candidate has a passion for user-centric design, a keen eye for detail, and a strong understanding of the design process.
Full details about the position and how to apply can be found on Creative Soapbox’s website.