David Berman is a Canadian communication designer and author, Fellow and Ethics Chair of the Society of Graphic Designers of Canada, vice-president/treasurer/Sustainability Chair of Icograda, President of the first elected board of the Association of Registered Graphic Designers of Ontario, and an international keynote speaker. In high school, David created and produced The Apprentice magazine which was distributed in four countries. While training at the University of Waterloo in computer science and at Carleton University in psychology and typography, he became involved with the student press and redesigned The Charlatan. David worked in the Canadian federal government as a computer systems analyst before turning his hobby of graphic design into his career. For one year, he taught typography at Algonquin College. He has worked extensively in the adaptation of printed materials for electronic distribution, including Web design and software interface development.