by Kate Hanisian We live in a truly contentious time in our nation’s history. In addition to our widening political discord, economic inequality in the US is arguably the highest it’s been since 1928. The opportunity gap between white people and people of color persists, and in many areas of the country we are...
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Justin Ahrens confirms that socially conscious design leads to good business. He shares how doing good is good for business in this podcast. Listen here.
In this video, designer and illustrator Wendy Fox tells us all about her International Design Awards–winning personal project about women in the Olympics.
Matthew Manos shares with us how designers can bring strategic foresight to their work in designing the future.
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.
View marketing designs from the March on Washington and learn how the Civil Rights Movement continues to inspire graphic designers.
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.