The Voice of Industry was a newspaper published in the 1840s by a group of textile mill workers in response to increasing oppression by factory owners. Their texts promoted women's rights, anti-slavery ideals, worker's rights, and other progressive ideals. More than 15o years later, they continue to be relevant and necessary. The website was selected for inclusion in the Social Good Design Awards.
Gil Martinez RGD
Big Guy Studio
April 29, 2005
15 Galbraith Ave
Client SpecialtyConsumer Goods, Healthcare, Professional Services
Languages CoveredEnglish, Other
Interested in FreelanceYes
Company descriptionA creative, assertive, inquisitive and highly cultured leader with fifteen years of
experience in North America, with proven managerial, aesthetic, and writing
skills. Native Spanish and English speaker with some knowledge of French. Published author on design topics.
Why am I an RGD?In a time when anyone with a computer can claim to be a designer, being part of an organization that insists on high professional standards is paramount for our industry.
What is my most memorable RGD moment?Passing the examination!
Why am I a designer?Because I love the printed word.
Why should you hire me?I am meticulous, talented and organized. I deliver great results, and can engage peers to take on projects that require larger teams.