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Jul 08, 2023

Small but Mighty — Harnessing the Value of a Small In-House Team Panel

Alexandra Vranjesevic RGD

About this video


Behind the curtain of great in-house work is often a small team of design professionals. So, how do you leverage the resources and capacity of your workforce? Whether you’re a 4-square Zoom call or a team of one, join our panel to learn strategies and opportunities for making small teams effective and efficient.

The panel will address questions such as:

  • What strategies or processes do you use so that your team runs efficiently?
  • Do you hope to grow your team or do you want to keep it at a certain size?
  • How does collaboration and brainstorming work within your small team?
  • Building trust is important, especially in a small team. How do you foster a safe environment where designers feel comfortable being creative and sharing their ideas?


  • Ian Dickson | Design and Wayfinding, Marketing and Customer Experience, Toronto Transit Commission (TTC)
  • Wendy Millard RGD | Director, Design Services, Empire Life
  • Vince Rozas | Director, Design & Production, Sinai Health Foundation

Moderator: Alex Vranjesevic RGD | Graphics Department Manager

Alexandra Vranjesevic RGD

Thermor Ltd

With a proven track record in brand transformation and a passion for captivating design, Alex is an experienced Creative Director dedicated to delivering exceptional results. She specializes in creating immersive brand experiences, leveraging innovative digital solutions, and incorporating user-centric design methodologies. By staying at the forefront of industry trends and continuously pushing creative boundaries, she has successfully elevated numerous brands to new heights.

As a collaborative leader, Alex excels in guiding and inspiring design teams to achieve outstanding outcomes. With a relentless drive for excellence and a commitment to delivering impactful design solutions, she is poised to make a significant impact in any organization ready to redefine their brand presence.