Douglass Scott, designer, senior critic and senior lecturer in design at Northeastern CAMD, was named one of two recipients of AIGA Boston’s 2016 Fellow Award.
The AIGA Boston Fellow Award recognizes seasoned designers and other major figures who have made a significant contribution to raising the standards of excellence in practice and conduct within the Boston design community and the AIGA Boston chapter. Fritz Klaetke, design director and founder of creative agency Visual Dialogue, also received the award.
In its announcement, AIGA Boston noted that “Doug’s devotion to the profession and its role in society is contagious to anyone who has had the pleasure to work or study with him. A significant presence in the Boston design scene since the mid ’70s, his design and typography were highly influential on the groundbreaking design team at WGBH. He is a kind and supportive mentor, a beloved educator and ‘a treasure trove of knowledge.’”
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