Kyle Greenwood RGD selected to design RGD Membership Sticker for 2018
18/12/17

After careful consideration, the RGD Communications Committee has selected Kyle Greenwood RGD to design the RGD Certification Sticker for 2018. 

 

The Sticker will be distributed to certified RGD Members across Canada to be added to their RGD Certificates and Membership cards, representing another year of commitment to professional standards, ethical conduct and industry best practices.  

 

About Kyle Greenwood RGD

Kyle is a designer and educator in Toronto. A strong advocate for social impact communications, his work largely supports non-profit initiatives that provoke thought, comment and action. For over 10 years he has worked with forward-thinking clients and organizations to support community development and cultural initiatives including a popsicle-themed sexual health resource for The AIDS Committee of Toronto and large-scale signage for a partnership campaign between the National Ballet of Canada and Toronto’s public transit system. Since 2016, Kyle has served as an Instructor at Toronto Film School specializing in digital imaging, drawing, typography and portfolio development. 

 

As the 2018 Sticker designer, Kyle receives one free registration to attend DesignThinkers 2018 in Toronto, as well as two free registrations to attend future DesignThinkers, in addition to the exposure of having his work represent the Association to RGD Members and the design community. 

 

"RGD has been invaluable to my career and development as a designer. I've been a freelancer, in-house designer and educator (sometimes all three at once) and my success in these roles is due to not only the diverse programs and initiatives provided by RGD but also the support of the design community. This experience informed my approach to design the 2018 membership sticker which celebrates this amazing and creative network of support, connection, inspiration." - Kyle Greenwood RGD

 

This initiative began in 2013 with a design from Mondor Design Associates in Kitchener, followed by the 2014 design from Jim Ryce Design & Direction in Toronto, the 2015 design from Design de Plume in Sudburym the 2016 design from Goodall Integrated Design and the 2017 design from McMillian.

 

We would also like to acknowledge other past Design Sponsors who have assisted RGD by providing similar pro bono design services.

 

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