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AIGA is engaged in an extended campaign to raise awareness of
the value of effective information design in the public sector. The
purpose of the campaign is to make information design an integral
part of national legislative reform initiatives, including election
reform, Social Security reform, Medicare reform, immigration
reform, tax reform, the census and e-government.
The goal is not only to raise awareness but to see that
designers become part of policy discussions, by demonstrating that
designers can make a meaningful contribution through their mastery
of integrative design thinking. By improving the quality of
federal, state and local governmental design as a means to improve
democracy, AIGA's efforts will set an example for both the public
and private sectors.
Building on the success of AIGA Design for Democracy's work with
ballot and election design reform, AIGA continues to support the Election Design Fellows program
and advocate for the designer's role in society through the
AIGA’s Get Out the Vote campaign invites designers to create nonpartisan
posters and videos that inspire the American public to participate in
the electoral process and vote in the 2012 general election.
Section: Why Design -
posters, video, election design
Students seem to be always stressed out. Tight deadlines, poor time management, balancing school and life, taking too much on. As an educator, I may be on the other side of the fence, but I can totally relate.
Section: Tools and Resources
Bart Houlahan describes B
Labs’ certification of B Corporations—where B stands for the benefit
created for all stakeholders—and how these companies address social and
environmental issues with the power of capitalism.
Section: Why Design -
Conference , social responsibility, sustainability, business
You find answers only when you ask important questions: That’s what this project reinforced to the Dell Global Creative Team, charged with presenting an honest and transparent account of Dell’s efforts to minimize the impact of technology on the environment and maximize human potential.
Section: Tools and Resources -
in-house design, INitiative, annual report, social responsibility
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External Resources (cont.)
A Rather Novel Collection
2009 Membership Party Invitation