RGD advocates best practices for both graphic designers and their clients. Our primary focus is on fighting spec work and crowdsourcing of design; promoting accessible design best practices; and providing best practices in the areas of salaries and billing practices, pro bono work and internships. If you have questions about RGD's advocacy efforts or would like the Association's assistance responding to a request for spec, please email Executive Director, Hilary Ashworth, at
- A design by second-year Global Business and Digital Arts student at the University of Waterloo Ariana Cuvin has been selected as the winning logo of the Canadian Government's contest for the 150th Anniversary of Confederation.
- President of the Association of Registered Graphic Designers, Stüssy Tschudin RGD addresses the Canadian government's student design contest calling for speculative work to be submitted for the nation's 150th anniversary logo.
In a case that proves the effectiveness of one individual with the backing of a credible organization, CanoeKayak Canada immediately revises their RFP and hosts an ethical and successful bidding process.
- The Canadian Tourism Commission revokes a technical ability test from its Request for Supplier Qualification in response to a letter issued by the Executive Director of RGD.
RGD's Executive Director reaches out to the Town of Innisfil to help them revise an RFP issued for website redesign services.
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