Dayne Corwin, Creative Lead at Businessolver, will discuss infographics and their impact on our lives. She’ll go into detail about what constitutes a good versus bad infographic, how we use them every day and how they’ve changed the way we process information.
About our speaker: Dayne Corwin has over 13 years of graphic design and communication experience and a passion for simplifying the complicated. She is the Creative Lead at Businessolver in West Des Moines, a benefits technology partner founded by HR professionals, with a configurable and secure SaaS platform and a culture of service. Dayne got her start at the Des Moines Register alongside the talented graphics team and she has been amassing a collection of infographics ever since. She has researched, designed, and implemented infographics for many Fortune 500 companies. In addition to her creative work, she has a strong social presence and easily translates a message across media.
LOCATION: West Bank, The David L. Miller Conference Center, 1601 22nd Street, West Des Moines Map
DATE: Sept. 17
TIME: 11:30 am—1:00 pm
Networking begins at 11:30; meeting starts at 11:50.
COST: $20 for members | $25 for nonmembers | $10 for students
RSVP deadline: 12:00 p.m. Monday, Sept. 15
You may cancel a reservation before the deadline at no charge.
Twitter Workshop with Kay Culver Oct. 8 at the Des Moines Social Club, 2:30 – 4:30 pm
Bring your laptop, tablet, or smart phone and get started on Twitter with Kay Culver. Learn the basics and participate in a live chat with members of our AWC National board. This event is free to members and only $10 for nonmembers. If you don’t have a Twitter account, you’ll want to set one up before the workshop.
We are a group of communications professionals who are serious about our work, but like to have fun, too! Our programs offer a mix of professional development, personal growth, networking, and cutting edge technology. Questions? Contact email@example.com
Our meetings are generally the third Wednesday of the month from September through May. You may now RSVP and pay securely online. You may also pay at the door, but we may not be able to provide lunch for those who have not registered.