RGD Ontario and Adobe launch DesignThinkers blog

09 November 2010
Toronto (Canda) - The Association of Registered Graphic Designers of Ontario (RGD Ontario) is gearing up for its eleventh annual DesignThinkers Conference. To begin the dialogue, RGD and Adobe have partnered up to create the DesignThinkers blog.
Toronto (Canda) - The Association of Registered Graphic Designers of Ontario (RGD Ontario) is gearing up for its eleventh annual DesignThinkers Conference, opening this Thursday in Toronto, Canada. To begin the dialogue, RGD and Adobe have partnered up to create the DesignThinkers blog.

The blog will feature discussions by DesignThinkers 2010 speaker and invites all members of the design community to join the conversation, share insights and leave comments.

Over the coming week and after, speakers and delegates will be offering their thoughts on design thinking, the conference and the future of the communications and design industries.

In particular, look forward to Chris Chapman on putting a dollar value on creativity, and Allan Haley and John Barnbrook on new opportunities for designers in the digital publishing world.

Visitors will also get first hand highlights from Adobe MAX.

Take a look at the DesignThinkers blog and add your thoughts. Check back to see daily posts and other comments from colleagues.

The DesignThinkers 2010 conference is taking place on 11-12 November at the Metro Toronto Convention Centre. With over 1,200 registered and online registration closed, tickets are still available! RGD welcomes you to register at the Metro Toronto Convention Centre in the lobby of the John Bassett Theatre, either day. Please arrive between 8:00 and 9:00.

For more information, please visit www.designthinkers.com or call +1 888 274 3668.



For more information, please contact:

The Association of Registered Graphic Designers of Ontario (RGD Ontario)
96 Spadina Avenue, Suite 210
Toronto ON M5V 2J6 Canada
T: 1 888 274 3668 / in Toronto: +1 416 367 8819
F: +1 416 367 9150


About RGD Ontario

The Association of Registered Graphic Designers of Ontario (RGD Ontario) is the self-regulatory, professional body for graphic designers in Ontario. The association grants graphic designers who qualify the right to use the designations Registered Graphic Designer and R.G.D., a quality signal of standards of professional practice. The Association is a non-profit organization, with a mandate to serve the best interests of both the graphic design industry and the public in Canada. The association has approximately 2800 members.
www.rgdontario.com