Justin Ahrens and a few friends with Wheels4Water use their design skills—and a whole lot more—to help clients working for social change.
This #HOWLive podcast talks on the opportunities for designers to use design for a purpose.
Latitude strongly believes in design for social good. Check out their beautiful branding work for Healing Haiti—a bakery and job creation center.
Ilise Benun talks with Matthew Manos about every designer’s opportunity to create something meaningful that has an impact on the world. With innovative ideas like “Give Half,” a radical 50% pro-bono business model, Manos is paving the way for designers to make an impact on society.
HOW Design Live 2016 will be better than ever. Register by November 19 for your best price! When we think poster design, we normally think about awesome movie posters or posters of our favorite musical artist. But when you stop and look around, you’ll notice that posters are more than advertising for entertainment purposes....
Neil and Jen Baker Brown set out on a journey to draw insight from creatives across the U.S. to develop a forward-looking philosophy of design work.
A new philanthropic lab is funding individual people and projects — and betting on the idea that design and creativity can drive civic engagement and change a city for the better.
View marketing designs from the March on Washington and learn how the Civil Rights Movement continues to inspire graphic designers.
Frank Baseman and his design students create a striking and powerful national campaign against sexual violence on college campuses.
If you haven’t heard of Yahoo's Maurice Woods, you should definitely get to know this in-house designer—a great leader who has designed a good life around service. Here, Ed Roberts interviews him about his work and the Inneract Project.