Triboro on the power of ideas

Stefanie Weigler, co-founder of Triboro, has some great career advice for aspiring designers: "If you're looking to have a career with some longevity, it's best not to become identified with a single style because you risk losing relevance as the trend plays itself out. It's better to care about ideas because they last longer," she insists. "Young designers should not be afraid to take chances, and look beyond surface."

Weigler's worth listening to, because back in 2010 she was named by the Art Director's Club as one of the year's Young Guns. Five years earlier David Heasty, the other co-founder, was also a Young Gun. Both partners converted the early promise suggested by the award into successful careers and a range of fantastic, eclectic work.

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