Hello San Francisco! We are SO excited to announce that the April 4th edition of #TDKtuesdays is going to be an epic studio tour at the design agency Mucho! Owner and Creative Director Rob Duncan will take us through Mucho’s world-renowned work and give us a behind the scenes look at the agency’s inner workings. Spots are limited so be sure to RSVP on Eventbrite. There are a lot of exciting events on this month – AIGA is hosting a talk on design and copyright on March 23rd, Nir Eyal is discussing how we can ethically design user behavior with Designers + Geeks on March 28th, and DoubleDutch is bringing us an evening with fearless women in leadership on March 30th. Don’t miss out on the legends at Mule design studio’s upcoming GOAT salon with Eli Altman on March 22nd and be sure to check out the Design Kids course on scoring your dream design job! It’s going to be a jam-packed month so get out there and get involved!
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