Morris J. Wosk Centre for Dialogue
Vancouver 2019 Conference
Whether you're an in-house design department of one or part of a creative team that spans multiple offices around the world, RGD's In-House Design Conference has much to offer you. Through workshops, presentations and networking opportunities, the conference is designed to enhance your skills, build your value to your team and provide you with tactics to advance the strategic role of design within your organization.



Date: Tuesday, December 3, 2019

Location: Simon Fraser University (SFU) - Morris J. Wosk Centre for Dialogue, 515 West Hastings St., Vancouver, BC



All prices include a full day of programming, continental breakfast, buffet lunch with optional roundtable discussions and 2 coffee breaks.


Early Bird (before Nov. 1)

RGD Member: $195.00; Non-Member: $263.25


RGD Member: $245; Non-Member: $330.75

Non-Member Special

$420 (includes Affiliate Membership for 12 months & access to video presentations)


Registration opens September 9!

Interested in attending? Sign up to be sent the details when registration opens.


Call for Speakers

Interested in speaking or leading a workshop?

Submit a proposal to speak here.

Deadline for proposals: September 13, 2019


What attendees said about our first In-House Design Conference

"I loved networking with peers. I left the conference with a renewed excitement for what I do for a living, and better sense of what I want for the future."

"Thank you for acknowledging and supporting in-house design. I feel seen and heard, and for the first time, appreciated and supported."

"The focus on in-house design was really valuable - it was great to be in a room full of people who just “get” the issues. It was easy to demonstrate the relevance of this conference to my employer and get their support on attending."

"I liked the opportunity to meet others in similar design teams. It was great to talk about the similar challenges we face. I loved the fact that I felt supported by this community and that all of the speakers were able to communicate our value."