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DBA Members’ Forum | March summary


In the latest DBA Members' Forum we were joined by guests Matt Hocking and Sam Jameson. Here are the issues we covered, which will help inform our support for members and our conversations with government.

09/03/2022


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Don’t miss the chance to have your say on how your designs are protected


The UK government is conducting a review of the IP framework for designs. You can share your views by completing a short survey or by participating in a more detailed call for views.

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Five easy ways to get involved with the Design Community Hub


Here's how you can use your expertise and experience to empower a new generation of designers.

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Waves on the ocean: What lies beneath your performance data?


When it comes to running an agency there’s a multitude of data to stay-on top of, from cash flow to profitability, client debtor days to utilisation rates.

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Work in an exciting and dynamic industry, with inspiring and market-leading design professionals, and help champion the transformative power of design.

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Moving on up: shining a light on your successes


Reflect on your progress and build on your achievements into 2022 with these great snippets of advice from DBA Experts. 

14/12/2021


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Key trends in my conversations with design leaders as we look to 2022


How's 2022 shaping up for you? Here's a snapshot of themes emerging from conversations our Head of Services Adam Fennelow's been having with design leaders, along with a wish for the year ahead.

01/12/2021


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Join the DBA’s new Diversity and Inclusion Council: come change the design landscape


The DBA is looking for volunteers to join its newly launched, Diversity & Inclusion Council; could this be a role for you? Find out more and apply.

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An eye-opening experience: Twenty/Twenty mentoring


Chief Experience Officer & Founder of ELSE, Warren Hutchinson, discusses the value of being both a mentee and mentor on the DBA's flagship mentoring programme, Twenty/Twenty. 

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clive-grinyer-headshot-copy“As we approach the second anniversary of lockdown in the UK, it has been inspirational to see the continuing stories of design effectiveness in this year’s submissions. Companies from the largest to the smallest have used design as a strategic tool to strengthen their relationships with customers, engage them in the values of their brand and communicated their purpose to customers.  In an increasingly competitive market in such challenging times, they have invested and reaped the measurable rewards of design.
 
It is encouraging to see the growing diversity of products and services that have entered the awards and proven to the expert jury that design made the difference, in charities, social enterprises and public sector projects. The awards continue to represent the growth of design across service and digital experiences as well as point of sale and brand communication. 
 
Judging days remain my favourite events of the year as a diverse, international and highly expert panel of judges come together to discuss and debate the impact of design on every submission. The winners, from Bronze to Gold and beyond, can be assured that they have achieved the highest level of evidence that their use of design has bought them success. We recognise and can reward their belief and investment in design and see it lead them out of these times into a future of new opportunities.” Chairman of the Judges, Clive Grinyer

Join us to celebrate the power of design

On Thursday 30 June from 12pm BST, our 2022 winners will find out if they’ve won Gold, Silver or Bronze at the DBA Design Effectiveness Awards 2022 winners announcement.

The online event, which is free and open to all, is a fantastic opportunity to find out what makes a DBA Design Effectiveness Award winner, so you too can prepare your case.

Tune into the live broadcast to celebrate the power of design and toast the success of our 2022 winners. Register here.

DBA Design Effectiveness Awards Winners Shortlist 2022

Business Consultancy Project title
Little Bellies B&B studio Little Bellies Rebrand
Raw Halo B&B studio Raw Halo Rebrand
Health Education England Brand Ethos Step into the NHS Rebranding and Website Redesign
Sainsbury’s BrandMe SO Organic
Aimia Foods Brandon Horlicks
McCain BrandOpus McCain Street Fries
3V Natural Foods  Bulletproof Meridian Rebrand
Mondelēz International – Australia Bulletproof Old Gold Rebrand
My/Mochi Ice Cream Co. Bulletproof My/Mochi Redesign
Billson’s Cowan Billson’s Rebrand
GlaxoSmithKline DCA Design International Voltaren Flip-top Easy Open Cap
Ministry of Justice Design102 #ItStillMatters Campaign
Fred. Olsen ELSE Fred. Olsen Website Optimisation
Bayer Healthcare goDutch Midol Brand Restage
Barnardo’s Leap LifeLabs
Shorts Boy Distillery Lewis Moberly Tidal Rum
ACCO Oxford Product Design Leitz IQ Autofeed Office Shredder Range
Mars Wrigley Path M&Ms 3D Confectionery Advent Calendar
DRTY Drinks Pearlfisher DRTY Drinks Branding
General Mills Pearlfisher Cinnamon Toast Crunch
Westward Whiskey Pearlfisher Westward Whiskey Rebrand
UpCircle by Optiat  Studio More Design UpCircle Branding 
KP Snacks This Way Up KP Nuts Rebrand
Oxford Brewery WPA Pinfold Oxford Brewery Rebrand

DBA Members’ Forum | March summary


In the latest DBA Members' Forum we were joined by guests Matt Hocking and Sam Jameson. Here are the issues we covered, which will help inform our support for members and our conversations with government.

09/03/2022


News


Read more >>

Don’t miss the chance to have your say on how your designs are protected


The UK government is conducting a review of the IP framework for designs. You can share your views by completing a short survey or by participating in a more detailed call for views.

25/01/2022


News


Read more >>

Five easy ways to get involved with the Design Community Hub


Here's how you can use your expertise and experience to empower a new generation of designers.

25/01/2022


News


Read more >>

Waves on the ocean: What lies beneath your performance data?


When it comes to running an agency there’s a multitude of data to stay-on top of, from cash flow to profitability, client debtor days to utilisation rates.

10/01/2022


News


Read more >>
shortlist

DBA vacancies


Work in an exciting and dynamic industry, with inspiring and market-leading design professionals, and help champion the transformative power of design.

06/01/2022


News


Read more >>

Can you get involved with the Design Community Hub in 2022?


Can you get involved and help the Design Community Hub in 2022? 

15/12/2021


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Moving on up: shining a light on your successes


Reflect on your progress and build on your achievements into 2022 with these great snippets of advice from DBA Experts. 

14/12/2021


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Key trends in my conversations with design leaders as we look to 2022


How's 2022 shaping up for you? Here's a snapshot of themes emerging from conversations our Head of Services Adam Fennelow's been having with design leaders, along with a wish for the year ahead.

01/12/2021


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Join the DBA’s new Diversity and Inclusion Council: come change the design landscape


The DBA is looking for volunteers to join its newly launched, Diversity & Inclusion Council; could this be a role for you? Find out more and apply.

17/11/2021


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An eye-opening experience: Twenty/Twenty mentoring


Chief Experience Officer & Founder of ELSE, Warren Hutchinson, discusses the value of being both a mentee and mentor on the DBA's flagship mentoring programme, Twenty/Twenty. 

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  • To the question of what businesses can and should do in response to the war in Ukraine, Matt took us through the 7 top tips from B Corp UK on how businesses can help. There were also some interesting ideas from others, such as donating old technology equipment, supporting Legal Aid and giving refugees a place to stay. We’re keen to hear from you on this issue and will prioritise getting our members guidance as necessary as it progresses. We’ve compiled an online resource to help you keep on top of how the conflict is impacting business you can access here.
  • The government’s Levelling Up agenda makes clear that there isn’t equality of opportunity across the country. We heard some great suggestions from Michael Thompson on bringing together the community on a local level. Nigel Davies highlighted that some of the best colleges are outside of the central regions in the UK, and so there are perhaps opportunities to spread opportunities from those bases. Shray Vaidya also shared a great local level initiative – Speakers for Schools – their aim is to end educational inequality by giving all young people access to the same prestigious networks available to the top fee-paying schools in the UK.
  • We were invigorated by Sam Jameson from Soapsmith’s story of how design changed the lives of her and her team. If design is going to contribute to the Levelling Up agenda, it has a key role in creating new jobs, improving living standards, and advancing public services – we as a design industry have a key role to play in this.

Our Members’ Forum takes place on the first Monday of each month, at 4 – 5pm. If you would like to attend, get in touch here.

 

DBA Members’ Forum | March summary


In the latest DBA Members' Forum we were joined by guests Matt Hocking and Sam Jameson. Here are the issues we covered, which will help inform our support for members and our conversations with government.

09/03/2022


News


Read more >>

Don’t miss the chance to have your say on how your designs are protected


The UK government is conducting a review of the IP framework for designs. You can share your views by completing a short survey or by participating in a more detailed call for views.

25/01/2022


News


Read more >>

Five easy ways to get involved with the Design Community Hub


Here's how you can use your expertise and experience to empower a new generation of designers.

25/01/2022


News


Read more >>

Waves on the ocean: What lies beneath your performance data?


When it comes to running an agency there’s a multitude of data to stay-on top of, from cash flow to profitability, client debtor days to utilisation rates.

10/01/2022


News


Read more >>
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DBA vacancies


Work in an exciting and dynamic industry, with inspiring and market-leading design professionals, and help champion the transformative power of design.

06/01/2022


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Can you get involved with the Design Community Hub in 2022?


Can you get involved and help the Design Community Hub in 2022? 

15/12/2021


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Moving on up: shining a light on your successes


Reflect on your progress and build on your achievements into 2022 with these great snippets of advice from DBA Experts. 

14/12/2021


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Key trends in my conversations with design leaders as we look to 2022


How's 2022 shaping up for you? Here's a snapshot of themes emerging from conversations our Head of Services Adam Fennelow's been having with design leaders, along with a wish for the year ahead.

01/12/2021


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Join the DBA’s new Diversity and Inclusion Council: come change the design landscape


The DBA is looking for volunteers to join its newly launched, Diversity & Inclusion Council; could this be a role for you? Find out more and apply.

17/11/2021


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An eye-opening experience: Twenty/Twenty mentoring


Chief Experience Officer & Founder of ELSE, Warren Hutchinson, discusses the value of being both a mentee and mentor on the DBA's flagship mentoring programme, Twenty/Twenty. 

16/11/2021


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Have your say on how to protect your designs

There are two ways to share your views:

The Designs Framework Survey is currently open for responses until 11 February 2022.

It is particularly aimed at those who do not consider themselves IP experts. The short survey takes approximately 10 minutes to complete and is an opportunity for designers, design-led businesses, and manufacturers to have their say on the future of how designs are protected in the UK. You can complete the survey here.

 

A Designs Call for Views has now also been launched, seeking views on the designs intellectual property framework.

It allows those who would like to give more detailed comments on the UK designs system to share their views, providing opportunity to submit considered arguments about how the system could change.

The Call for Views launched on 25 January and will be open until 25 March 2022. You can access more information and respond to the Call for Views on design IP here

“We would like to hear from you about what works well and what could work better. This will allow the government to consider whether changes need to be made to the UK designs system,” says the IPO.

William Burrell
DBA Expert on Intellectual Property Rights

DBA Expert and Senior Associate at D Young & Co, William Burrell says, “The release of this consultation on whether changes are required to the existing UK design law framework provides a fantastic opportunity for those already making use of registered and unregistered design rights in the UK to have their say on whether these rights are currently fit for purpose, and if not then how they could be improved to work more effectively.

Equally, for those not yet making substantial use of design rights in the UK, the consultation at least now provides a welcome opportunity to provide input on how these rights might be modified to better cover their design related activities.” 

You can read more from DBA Expert William Burrell on the consultation here.

And you can also hear from our industry friends, Anti Copying in Design (ACID), on why they welcome this consultation, here.

Designs Framework Survey: take part here.

Designs Call for Views: take part here.  

www.gov.uk/ipo

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Catrin Johnson | Unsplash

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William Burrell, D Young & Co

DBA Members’ Forum | March summary


In the latest DBA Members' Forum we were joined by guests Matt Hocking and Sam Jameson. Here are the issues we covered, which will help inform our support for members and our conversations with government.

09/03/2022


News


Read more >>

Don’t miss the chance to have your say on how your designs are protected


The UK government is conducting a review of the IP framework for designs. You can share your views by completing a short survey or by participating in a more detailed call for views.

25/01/2022


News


Read more >>

Five easy ways to get involved with the Design Community Hub


Here's how you can use your expertise and experience to empower a new generation of designers.

25/01/2022


News


Read more >>

Waves on the ocean: What lies beneath your performance data?


When it comes to running an agency there’s a multitude of data to stay-on top of, from cash flow to profitability, client debtor days to utilisation rates.

10/01/2022


News


Read more >>
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DBA vacancies


Work in an exciting and dynamic industry, with inspiring and market-leading design professionals, and help champion the transformative power of design.

06/01/2022


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Can you get involved with the Design Community Hub in 2022?


Can you get involved and help the Design Community Hub in 2022? 

15/12/2021


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Moving on up: shining a light on your successes


Reflect on your progress and build on your achievements into 2022 with these great snippets of advice from DBA Experts. 

14/12/2021


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Key trends in my conversations with design leaders as we look to 2022


How's 2022 shaping up for you? Here's a snapshot of themes emerging from conversations our Head of Services Adam Fennelow's been having with design leaders, along with a wish for the year ahead.

01/12/2021


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Join the DBA’s new Diversity and Inclusion Council: come change the design landscape


The DBA is looking for volunteers to join its newly launched, Diversity & Inclusion Council; could this be a role for you? Find out more and apply.

17/11/2021


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An eye-opening experience: Twenty/Twenty mentoring


Chief Experience Officer & Founder of ELSE, Warren Hutchinson, discusses the value of being both a mentee and mentor on the DBA's flagship mentoring programme, Twenty/Twenty. 

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1. Speaker events

All of us have a story to tell and our community wants to hear it. Whether it’s sharing your story of how you started out; talking through a favourite case study; or sharing something you feel passionate and that’s relevant to design students and graduates.

We need a minimum of 30 minutes to 1 hour for the virtual talk. Our project director Emily handles everything else. From the invites to the community, to the tech to run the event. She can help with Q&As beforehand or during. All she needs is a brief description of the event and the speaker’s bio. That’s it.

One recent event saw Bow & Arrow designers, Megan Watkins and Charlotte Liebling telling their story about their journeys into the creative industry, ‘their wonky way in’, showing that there’s not one way.

They told us about taking part with a DCH event: “We had total freedom to share what we wanted, in a way that suited us, and in turn we have been able to access a pool of exciting design talent. As students, we remember how valuable these types of events were and so feel thrilled to have been able to take part ourselves and give back.”

2. Peer-to-peer support

The hub thrives over on the Guild platform. If you haven’t joined yet, please do. You can help here by simply sparing a minute or two of your time to drop in a comment and answer any questions that crop up. Your input could be invaluable. Who knows where your advice or insight could lead a new designer?

3. Portfolio reviews – help the 21-year-old you

Portfolio reviews are a highly valued part of our community. Would you be willing to give us an hour and a half of your time to give feedback to three young designers?

We work with you to find out how you’d like to run these sessions, for example in one block, or over three weeks, and we drive all publicity and registrations over on Guild.

Dan Whetstone, associate director at Lumsden recently held some reviews and said to us: “I got all my jobs through connections, apart from my first as a graduate. Getting that first job felt impossible because I had no meaningful experience, no idea how a design business worked and no clue about what people wanted to see in my portfolio.  

“The DCH portfolio reviews felt like a good way of helping people like the 21-year-old me. Where else can you be interviewed without pressure and ask questions that might feel stupid, but are actually really important?

“Every session was really rewarding. Everyone was very grateful. One person got her first job shortly afterwards. It’s easily one of the best things I’ve done.”

4. Internships

If your agency has an internship to publicise, tell Emily what it is, and we’ll get it posted and promoted on our platforms. Internships are a brilliant way to engage and up-skill young talent making them work-force ready, plus a very easy way to give back.

5. Donations

Giving your time or nominating other team members to get involved with the hub, through the hosting of events, portfolio reviews, community engagement and internships is highly valued, but equally important to us is the continued fund-raising to allow the running of the hub.

Please pop over to our Gofundme page to continue your support.

If you want to get involved in any aspect of the hub or talk about any ideas you have, please head over to the DCH website to get in contact with the Project Director Emily Foulkes.

Keep an eye out for more exciting news from the DCH coming soon and thank you to all of the industry for your support to date. We can’t do it without you!

The Design Community Hub is a cross-industry initiative, created to support talent across the design world. Find out more here.

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Nong V | Unsplash

Anirudh | Unsplash

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DBA Members’ Forum | March summary


In the latest DBA Members' Forum we were joined by guests Matt Hocking and Sam Jameson. Here are the issues we covered, which will help inform our support for members and our conversations with government.

09/03/2022


News


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Don’t miss the chance to have your say on how your designs are protected


The UK government is conducting a review of the IP framework for designs. You can share your views by completing a short survey or by participating in a more detailed call for views.

25/01/2022


News


Read more >>

Five easy ways to get involved with the Design Community Hub


Here's how you can use your expertise and experience to empower a new generation of designers.

25/01/2022


News


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Waves on the ocean: What lies beneath your performance data?


When it comes to running an agency there’s a multitude of data to stay-on top of, from cash flow to profitability, client debtor days to utilisation rates.

10/01/2022


News


Read more >>
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Work in an exciting and dynamic industry, with inspiring and market-leading design professionals, and help champion the transformative power of design.

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Reflect on your progress and build on your achievements into 2022 with these great snippets of advice from DBA Experts. 

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Key trends in my conversations with design leaders as we look to 2022


How's 2022 shaping up for you? Here's a snapshot of themes emerging from conversations our Head of Services Adam Fennelow's been having with design leaders, along with a wish for the year ahead.

01/12/2021


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Join the DBA’s new Diversity and Inclusion Council: come change the design landscape


The DBA is looking for volunteers to join its newly launched, Diversity & Inclusion Council; could this be a role for you? Find out more and apply.

17/11/2021


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An eye-opening experience: Twenty/Twenty mentoring


Chief Experience Officer & Founder of ELSE, Warren Hutchinson, discusses the value of being both a mentee and mentor on the DBA's flagship mentoring programme, Twenty/Twenty. 

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One manifestation on the surface of our ‘business ocean’ is money arriving in the bank account… diving deeper we should look at the journey of this money and see if the key moments reveal how we might have done things better:

The invoice

  • do we send invoices on time?
  • could invoices be broken down into stages and invoiced earlier?
  • could a % of the work be billed up-front?

Debtors

  • are we tracking debtor days and taking action on late payers?
  • do we always get a purchase order signed off by the client?
  • are our terms and conditions good enough?

Work in progress

  • are we tracking time against the quote given to the client? Did we get the quote right?
  • are we identifying scope creep and billing the client accordingly?
  • are we meeting the KPIs for the value of work in progress?

Pipeline

  • have we identified prospective separately from speculative?
  • have we set and do we meet KPIs for the value of prospective and speculative work?
  • do we have a score system to evaluate the viability of a lead?

Networking

  • are we setting and meeting targets for thought leadership pieces?
  • are we using our employees network to share content?
  • are we positioning ourselves as partners rather than vendors?

For each element of your business you need to look beyond the surface results and understand how those figures came to be as they are. What is causing the success or difficulties, and how can they be improved?

About: Gary Baxter, Lightbox Consulting

Gary is MD of Lightbox Consulting. Gary specialises in helping creative agencies deal with their challenges by seeing through the symptoms to tackle the underlying issues. 

Gary advises owners of creative businesses on how they make the best business decisions for their circumstances. Through his extensive experience in financial and business management he brings an external perspective to facilitate open and honest discourse in an agency setting. 

Gary is an accredited member of the DBA’s Experts Register. Find out more and get in touch. 

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Chris Barbalis | Unsplash

DBA Members’ Forum | March summary


In the latest DBA Members' Forum we were joined by guests Matt Hocking and Sam Jameson. Here are the issues we covered, which will help inform our support for members and our conversations with government.

09/03/2022


News


Read more >>

Don’t miss the chance to have your say on how your designs are protected


The UK government is conducting a review of the IP framework for designs. You can share your views by completing a short survey or by participating in a more detailed call for views.

25/01/2022


News


Read more >>

Five easy ways to get involved with the Design Community Hub


Here's how you can use your expertise and experience to empower a new generation of designers.

25/01/2022


News


Read more >>

Waves on the ocean: What lies beneath your performance data?


When it comes to running an agency there’s a multitude of data to stay-on top of, from cash flow to profitability, client debtor days to utilisation rates.

10/01/2022


News


Read more >>
shortlist

DBA vacancies


Work in an exciting and dynamic industry, with inspiring and market-leading design professionals, and help champion the transformative power of design.

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Can you get involved with the Design Community Hub in 2022?


Can you get involved and help the Design Community Hub in 2022? 

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Moving on up: shining a light on your successes


Reflect on your progress and build on your achievements into 2022 with these great snippets of advice from DBA Experts. 

14/12/2021


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Key trends in my conversations with design leaders as we look to 2022


How's 2022 shaping up for you? Here's a snapshot of themes emerging from conversations our Head of Services Adam Fennelow's been having with design leaders, along with a wish for the year ahead.

01/12/2021


News


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Join the DBA’s new Diversity and Inclusion Council: come change the design landscape


The DBA is looking for volunteers to join its newly launched, Diversity & Inclusion Council; could this be a role for you? Find out more and apply.

17/11/2021


News


Read more >>

An eye-opening experience: Twenty/Twenty mentoring


Chief Experience Officer & Founder of ELSE, Warren Hutchinson, discusses the value of being both a mentee and mentor on the DBA's flagship mentoring programme, Twenty/Twenty. 

16/11/2021


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Membership Sales Manager

The Design Business Association (DBA) was founded in 1986 to promote professional excellence within the design industry. Membership of the DBA represents a commitment to effective design, a belief in quality, of good working practices and of collegiate sharing of best practice. Through our programmes, services, and activities, we train, educate, recognise, and celebrate the power of effective design and professional practice in small and large organisations globally. 

The Membership Sales Manager is responsible for implementing the DBA’s membership recruitment plans. Working closely with the Head of Services and the CEO, you will drive membership growth at the DBA.

The UK’s design industry is world-renowned for its creativity and effectiveness, and you will relish the opportunity to sell into this sector.

Work in an exciting and dynamic industry, with inspiring and market-leading design professionals, and help champion the transformative power of design: download the full job description and apply here >

DBA Members’ Forum | March summary


In the latest DBA Members' Forum we were joined by guests Matt Hocking and Sam Jameson. Here are the issues we covered, which will help inform our support for members and our conversations with government.

09/03/2022


News


Read more >>

Don’t miss the chance to have your say on how your designs are protected


The UK government is conducting a review of the IP framework for designs. You can share your views by completing a short survey or by participating in a more detailed call for views.

25/01/2022


News


Read more >>

Five easy ways to get involved with the Design Community Hub


Here's how you can use your expertise and experience to empower a new generation of designers.

25/01/2022


News


Read more >>

Waves on the ocean: What lies beneath your performance data?


When it comes to running an agency there’s a multitude of data to stay-on top of, from cash flow to profitability, client debtor days to utilisation rates.

10/01/2022


News


Read more >>
shortlist

DBA vacancies


Work in an exciting and dynamic industry, with inspiring and market-leading design professionals, and help champion the transformative power of design.

06/01/2022


News


Read more >>

Can you get involved with the Design Community Hub in 2022?


Can you get involved and help the Design Community Hub in 2022? 

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Moving on up: shining a light on your successes


Reflect on your progress and build on your achievements into 2022 with these great snippets of advice from DBA Experts. 

14/12/2021


News


Read more >>

Key trends in my conversations with design leaders as we look to 2022


How's 2022 shaping up for you? Here's a snapshot of themes emerging from conversations our Head of Services Adam Fennelow's been having with design leaders, along with a wish for the year ahead.

01/12/2021


News


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Join the DBA’s new Diversity and Inclusion Council: come change the design landscape


The DBA is looking for volunteers to join its newly launched, Diversity & Inclusion Council; could this be a role for you? Find out more and apply.

17/11/2021


News


Read more >>

An eye-opening experience: Twenty/Twenty mentoring


Chief Experience Officer & Founder of ELSE, Warren Hutchinson, discusses the value of being both a mentee and mentor on the DBA's flagship mentoring programme, Twenty/Twenty. 

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