To signify the launch of ONE AGDA, the organisation has officially revealed a new identity designed by Interbrand and a new website designed by Reactive and developed by Bravo!
Last year AGDA members voted overwhelming in favour of a new constitution (96% yes). This means that while AGDA retains its not for profit status, they have made a lot of changes to the way they run things.
AGDA has undergone a complete organisational restructure, moving from a state based set-up to one national organisation. A National Board of Directors has been formed, and financial control and planning has been centralised. This means AGDA can make better decisions more quickly, and be far more transparent and efficient in the way things are run.
AGDA and Interbrand commissioned a national survey that was sent out to designers, and studios of all shapes, sizes and disciplines – across every state in Australia. They were asked what they thought of the organisation and how it could be improved.