RGD's LinkedIn Group answers questions on identifying spec work, ownership of finished work, what to do when a client breaks a contract and more
25/05/15
With over 6,000 members, RGD's LinkedIn Group provides a forum for all creative professionals to ask questions, share insights and connect with a community of informed and experienced designers. 
 

Join a Discussion

In an industry as dynamic as graphic design, LinkedIn discussions provide a great opportunity to connect with fellow professionals, share opinions with industry peers and stay up to date on developments impacting the profession.

 

Recent RGD LinkedIn Discussions:

Advice on choosing a Graphic Design program in Canada

Recommendations for printers in the Mississauga area

Opinions on using infographics in resumes

 

Ask a Question

The RGD LinkedIn group is a great place to pose questions relating to industry practices, resources and tools. If you need suggestions or insight on new products or if you're looking for someone with expertise in a specific area, the RGD LinkedIn Community is a  resource of experienced and informed designers who can help.

 

Examples of questions answered by RGD's LinkedIn Group:

What should I do when a client breaks a contract?

What qualifies as spec work?

What should I expect in a 'technical' job interview for a web / UI position?

How should I format files for Store Window Graphics?

Who owns finished artwork?

 

Receive RGD Updates

In addition to the Group, RGD's Company Page on LinkedIn features updates from the Association including Case Studies, Featured RGDs, Upcoming Events, Discounts and more. Make sure to follow this page to keep track of RGD news and programming.  

 

Highlight Your Designation

To take advantage of LinkedIn's networking potential and identify your RGD designation to other industry professionals, make sure your profile is set up according to the format outlined here: http://www.rgd.ca/events-and-programs/rgd-news/news_post/331.php