In 2009, West End Press wanted an unfettered event program, with an emphasis on readability, for the Albuquerque Cultural Conference. I chose the cover paper from my favorite printer‘s overstock pile, and printed the covers there. I then printed the guts, die-cut the flysheet (between the cover and title page), assembled and trimmed the book in-house. West End loved the result, as did many conference-goers.
In 2011–2012, I designed the ABQCC’s logo and implemented their website.
The project’s goals were the inclusion of young and old in an annual conference with deep leftist roots, held since 2007 in downtown Albuquerque. The website features a blog, forums (for Conference planning and discussion), Conference background and “foreground,” online registration and accommodations.