All categories: Association & Community



  • ADA (Australian Design Alliance)
    The Australian Design Alliance is a new strategic partnership of Australia’s peak design bodies across a range of disciplines, including design, architecture, urban planning and the arts.
  • AGDA (Australian Graphic Design Association)
    The Australian Graphic Design Association (AGDA) is the national organisation for professional graphic designers. It was founded in 1988 to facilitate the advancement of the graphic design profession in Australia. AGDA is a Professional Member of Icograda.
  • AGI (Alliance Graphique Internationale)
    AGI (Alliance Graphique Internationale) was founded in 1951 by a small, select group of French and Swiss graphic designers with the aim of promoting graphic design. Since then AGI has grown into an elite club of over 500 designers from more than thirty countries, including names like Charles and Ray Eames, Saul Bass and Paul Rand. Together the members of AGI have written a significant part of the history of graphic design since the mid-twentieth century.
  • BBC (The British Broadcasting Corporation)
    BBC (The British Broadcasting Corporation) is the largest broadcasting organisation in the world. Its global headquarters are located in London and its main responsibility is to provide public service broadcasting in the United Kingdom, Channel Islands and Isle of Man.
  • Greenpeace
    Greenpeace is a non-governmental environmental organization with offices in over 40 countries and with an international coordinating body in Amsterdam, Netherlands. Greenpeace states its goal is to “ensure the ability of the Earth to nurture life in all its diversity“. Greenpeace uses direct action, lobbying and research to achieve its goals. The global organization does not accept funding from governments, corporations or political parties, relying on more than 2.8 million individual supporters and foundation grants.
  • ICOGRADA (International Council of Graphic Design Association)
    Icograda is the world body for professional communication design. Founded in 1963, it is a voluntary network of organisations concerned with graphic design, visual communication, design management, promotion, education, research and journalism. Icograda promotes design’s vital role in society and commerce and unifies the voices of communication designers worldwide.  Our vision, mission and core values are collectively embodied in the statement ‘leading creatively’ and manifested through members’ diverse activities to use design as a medium for progressive change.
    INDIGO, the International Indigenous Design Network, is an open platform that connects designers worldwide in an effort to explore our understanding of indigenous design. It provides an online forum for sharing ideas and information, fostering discourse among participants, and contributing to the furtherance of indigenous and local design.
  • RGD Ontario (Registered Graphic Designer Ontario)
    RGD Ontario was created by an Act (Bill Pr56) of the Ontario Legislature in 1996 to grant graphic designers who qualify the right to use the designation Registered Graphic Designer (R.G.D.). RGD Ontario is the only graphic design association in North America to have this kind of legislation. The R.G.D. and Registered Graphic Designer designations are signals of quality and competence to the profession, the public and the government.
  • SEGD (the Society for Environmental Graphic Design)
    Founded in 1973, SEGD (the Society for Environmental Graphic Design) is the global community of people working at the intersection of communication design and the built environment. Through educational programs, research, and publications, SEGD’s mission is to provide learning opportunities and resources for professionals involved in EGD, promote the importance of the discipline in establishing place, and continue to refine standards of practice for the field.
  • TEDx
    TED is an annual event where some of the world’s leading thinkers and doers are invited to share what they are most passionate about. “TED” stands for Technology, Entertainment, Design — three broad subject areas that are, collectively, shaping our future. And in fact, the event is broader still, showcasing ideas that matter in any discipline. Attendees have called it “the ultimate brain spa” and “a four-day journey into the future.” The diverse audience — CEOs, scientists, creatives, philanthropists — is almost as extraordinary as the speakers, who have included Bill Clinton, Bill Gates, Jane Goodall, Frank Gehry, Paul Simon, Sir Richard Branson, Philippe Starck and Bono. x=independently organized event.
  • The Living Principles
    The Living Principles for Design aim to guide purposeful action, celebrating and popularizing the efforts of those who use design thinking to create positive cultural change. This is the place where we co-create, share and showcase best practices, tools, stories and ideas for sustainable design across all disciplines. Help us move the conversation, the industry and the world.

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