The silver lining: How the Covid-19 pandemic can empower recent design graduates and new designers alike
As businesses have been forced to adapt to the new post-COVID-19 lifestyle, many are pivoting to be online (or more online). If you’ve been doing plenty of online orders lately, you may find yourself in possession of a huge cache of emails and wondering what to do with them. Though it might be obvious, newsletters are a great way to use that new resource to your best advantage.
Disruption is an opportunity for change:
What role can designers have in creating the new normal?
Help us help others.
Great design should be seen AND heard.
For over three decades Doug Driediger's art practice has focused on creative placemaking – painting murals that define public spaces in iconic ways.
The University & College Designers Association (UCDA) is happy to offer GDC members discounted access to the UCDA Essential Series Webinars.
TL;DR: Instead of competing to design visual assets, you should help design content. It is always in demand, requires ongoing attention, pays better—and no one else wants to deal with it.
As a national association that holds an event somewhere in Canada every week, GDC is extremely concerned about the potential impact of COVID-19 on the health and well-being of our members and their families.
“At NSCAD, I studied under Hanno Ehses FGDC, Frank Fox, Ludwig Scharfe, Horst Deppe FGDC and Tony Mann FGDC.”
Thank you to all who came out for our AGM and Cannes film showing at the Victoria Event Centre. We were pleased to welcome many new and old faces! (not that old!) as well as all of our Sponsors.
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