Free Webinar on Ethical Standards for the Professional Designer

November 29, 2012
2:00 p.m. Eastern / 11:00 a.m. Pacific
Part of the AIGA Insight Webcast series, which aims to meet members’ expectations for openness and transparency.

AIGA executive director Richard Grefé will introduce two documents and other resources that represent the basic principles guiding ethical behavior in the profession:

  • The AIGA Standards of Professional Practice, which have become a global standard for communication design professionals
  • The Standard Form of Agreement for Design Services, the modular contract language that can be used for communication design projects regardless of medium

This session is open to all; an AIGA membership is not required to attend.

Richard Grefé is the executive director of AIGA, the professional association for design. He is generally involved in all of AIGA’s activities, although his major contributions are in strategy, formulating new initiatives to enhance the competitive success of designers and advocating the value of design.

How to participate

To join the meeting click on the following link:

You can enter the meeting room using your Adobe Connect log-in email address and password (if you have one) or you can enter the room as a guest. You may be prompted to install an Adobe Connect Add-in, a two-minute process.

The meeting room will open at 2:00 p.m. ET/11:00 a.m. PT. Once the meeting begins, you will be in listen-only mode. Your audio will be connected through the speakers on your computer so make sure they are turned on! Type your questions into the Q&A pod located on the right side of your screen.

About AIGA Insights Webcasts

AIGA’s leadership of the design profession includes objective and balanced consideration of issues affecting the practice of design, the future of the profession, respect for the contribution of designers and the role of design in the broader context of a global economy and rapidly changing culture.

AIGA aims to meet its members’ expectations for openness and transparency in its activities. This webcast series presents issues of importance to designers and to the relevance of the creative mind, and describes what AIGA is doing, why and how. Each session includes an opportunity for participants to ask questions. Everyone is welcome to attend these sessions, which are free and open to the public.

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Published November 16, 2012
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