July 1990
Print;Jul/Aug90, Vol. 44 Issue 4, p112
The article reports on the stiff competition of the design industry in Seattle, Washington. It says that designers in the city have been lamenting the strong competition and more businesses are moving to other areas. Seattle designer Tim Girvin says that many art directors, designers, and copywriters are also moving from the city because of the competition. However, John Van Dyke, a native Seattler, believes that competition can improve the product quality and helps the city to move forward.


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