On-Screen-Speaker Series: Meg Linen “Copywriting in Digital Design”

Let’s talk digital design this summer with Meg Linen!

Saturday, June 8th, 10:30 – 11:30am at Enjoy Norfolk, we welcome the second presenter of the On-Screen Speaker Series, Meg Linen. Meg is a Copywriter at Grow. Her talk on “Copywriting in Digital Design” differs from the traditional lecture formats—showing you through action rather than just telling.

You will learn different formats of audience engagement and how to strike interest through lexicon or inventive speech. In this you will learn the impact of your words and how it translates through a design.

Speaker Schedule

May 25 – Brian Villalon: Freelance Art Director and Designer
June 8 – Meg Linen: Copywriter at Grow
June 22 – Matt Singleton: Multi-disciplinary Designer at Grow
July 13 – Ethel Delacruz: CEO of Simon Studios
July 27 – Kim Coghill: Design Intern at Grow



Gain access to the expertise of local digital design professionals.
About this Event
On-Screen is a 12-week digital design program that gives participants a leg up in their digital design careers through a project-based bootcamp and a complementary speaker series.


Speaker Series

Each talk takes place from 10:30 – 11:30am on the designated ticket date.
Features 5 talks from local Creative Directors, Art Directors, Copywriters, and Junior Designers working in agencies, studios, and freelance.
Each talk will include a presentation of work & process and an audience Q&A.
Ticket priority is given to On-Screen bootcamp participants.

Series Sponsors

This speaker series is made possible by Sway, Simon Studios, and Grow.



On-screen is hosted by Good At Being and AIGA Hampton Roads.

Good At Being is the creative studio of Janice Pang. As an Associate Creative Director at Grow, Janice leads digital design projects for national brands like Google, Adidas, and Adult Swim. She has 4 years of experience teaching digital design in academic and workshop environments.



Email the organizers at info@goodatbeing.studio

By aigahamptonroads
Published May 30, 2019