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Design for Good is a platform to build and sustain the implementation
of design thinking for social change. This platform creates
opportunities for designers to build their practice, their network, and
their visibility. Design for Good recognizes the wide range of designers’ work and
leadership in social change which benefits the world, our country and our communities.
Design for Good supports and sustains designers who play a catalytic
role in communities through projects that create positive social impact.
By connecting and empowering designers through online networking tools,
inspirational stories, chapter events, training, national
advocacy and promotion, Design for Good serves as a powerful resource
for designers who wish to work in this area and a beacon for designers
leading the charge.
Design for Good is made possible by the generous support of our partners, who recognize the important role of design in making real and powerful
social change, and in part by an award from the National Endowment for the Arts. Art Works.
Learn facilitation skills to help you effectively lead diverse groups of people, and help solve prob...
Responding to a design challenge posed by the public radio show “Studio 360,” Hyperakt reimagined th...
by frog design
This toolkit—a downloadable booklet of activities that enables
groups of people throughout the worl...
by Justin Ahrens
Konjo sandals are handcrafted by a group of unskilled and previously unemployed women and men in one...
by New Kind
As North Carolina prepared to vote on a constitutional amendment to ban gay marriage in 2012, New Ki...
The story behind smashLAB’s website redesign for the Vancouver Aquarium. The aim was not only to inc...
by Jenn Stucker
For this collaborative environmental and experience design project, a series of large one-of-a-kind ...
When the City of Columbus’s GreenSpot program was extended to target children ages four to seven and...
In this video, hear
from leaders in the AIGA community on the importance of design in
solving society’s trickiest problems, see examples of how individuals, chapters and companies are already making a
difference, and learn how you too can get involved.
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LauraHamlyn (Laura Hamlyn)
When work doesn’t result in an impactful outcome, people volunteer halfheartedly or not at all. http://t.co/OOo64pliDK #aiganc #dgaiga
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SappiNA (Sappi North America)
RT @aigarichmond: Let @SappiNA fund your #IdeasThatMatter. Call for entries now open. http://t.co/bZnzJAeXWm #dgAIGA
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LauraHamlyn (Laura Hamlyn)
At our @AIGARaleigh Design for Good monthly meeting. We're discussing our work for @TriangleWiki #dgaiga [pic]: http://t.co/TTYpA46iXr
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aigarichmond (AIGA Richmond)
Let @SappiNA fund your #IdeasThatMatter. Call for entries now open. http://t.co/bZnzJAeXWm #dgAIGA
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Big Corporations Are Buying Design Firms in Droves
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