Can I add a URL that links to other websites/ projects I have done? Can I add a URL that links to other websites/ projects I have done?
If your membership has expired, your page will no longer show up as part of the ADI Member Directory. When you reinstate your ADI membership, you'll be able to re-join the ADI Member Directory.
Educators who meet the requirements for professional membership in ADI receive all the same benefits.
Your member experience is comprised of events and activities at the local level as well as information, inspiration, validation, representation and education at the national level. Please check the member benefits section.
ADI memberships are individual, not company-based. There are no group discounts for membership, but companies sending multiple designers to ADI conferences may be able to take advantage of group discounts on registrations.
Yes, any non-designer including media professionals may join ADI as an affiliate member. Affiliate members may not vote or run for national office, but they can be part of sub committees and volunteer for various activities.
Yes, any non-designer may join ADI as an affiliate member. Affiliate members may not vote or run for national office, but they can be part of sub committees and volunteer for various activities.
When I send in my application for membership, how long will it take for me to receive my membership materials?
Student members cannot vote or run for National Executive Council or Managing Committee, and they cannot use the ADI designation after their names. Their names would be listed in the student member's directory and not as part of professional, associate & affiliate members page service and directory but they are entitled to all other membership & event related benefits and information.
If you are currently a full-time student, you are eligible for a student membership. In order to complete your application for student membership, you must send us proof of your full-time status. Acceptable documentation includes: a dated receipt for your current semester of classes; a dated official bonafide student certificate; OR a student ID that displays a date for the current semester. If you are a part-time student, your membership category depends on how many years you have been practicing design: two years or fewer means you are eligible for an associate membership; more than three years puts you at the professional level. Part-time students are not eligible for the student membership category. If you are a full-time design faculty member, you are eligible for Professional or Associate membership. If you are a practicing designer, your number of years of practice will determine whether you can apply for Professional membership or Associate membership. If you are not a designer but are related like an ethnographer, design manager, brand manager, organization head, business head, model maker, marketing and sales of design services, technical support, Engineering or Print expert, vendor of design related products & software, design writer, media, you may apply for Affiliate membership. Please visit the "Who can become member of ADI ?