RGD Virtual Design Social: A Conversation on Design for Social Change

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Virtually join Jay Wall RGD (Principal & Creative Director at RallyRally) and other like-minded design professionals for a conversation on design for social change.


In addition to chatting as a group, Jay will also answer your questions about this area of design and how to find your way in it.


In small groups, Virtual Design Socials are one-hour themed discussions led by senior design professionals. Socials are a great way to take a productive break from work and connect with other designers. Attendees are expected to be present on webcam and actively participate in the conversation.


A Conversation on Design for Social Change

Date & Time: Tuesday, September 29 at 12:00 p.m. to 1:00 p.m. EST

Discussion Leader: Jay Wall RGD, Principal & Creative Director at RallyRally



RGD Member: Free

Non-Member: $15 + HST

Details on becoming a Member for: Pros (8+ years experience)Pros (8 or less years experience)Grads (4 or less years experience)StudentsTeams


Please read carefully:

If you register for this event and do not attend without cancelling your ticket, you will not be allowed to register for these events for the following three months. Cancellations are accepted up to one day before the event; cancel through Eventbrite or email rebecca@rgd.ca.


Click here to register.


About Jay

Jay is a designer and strategist dedicated to social change. As principal and creative director, he fosters relationships with RallyRally’s clients and collaborators while providing leadership to the team on all design projects. Since founding the studio in 2011, Jay has led the creation of brand identities, publications, websites and campaigns with clients such as the City of Toronto, Evergreen, UNICEF, and McConnell Foundation.

Jay’s work has been recognized by Adbusters, Spacing, Landscape Architecture Magazine, Adobe, the Canadian Institute of Planners, and earned three So(cial) Good Design Awards. In 2015 he was selected by Next City as a Vanguard fellow. He often speaks and leads workshops on the role of design and communications to promote public participation in building more equitable cities. As a certified member of RGD (Association of Registered Graphic Designers), Jay is actively engaged in the Canadian design community and mentors emerging designers.


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