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As federal, state and local agencies and departments look for
ways to make government more accessible, transparent and efficient,
AIGA Design for
Democracy can help them achieve their goals.
Nonprofit and nonpartisan, Design for Democracy assists
government in the development of better communications and
services-by making information, instructions, forms, websites and
service centers easy to find, understand and use. Design for
Democracy has access to specialists in information, interaction,
environmental and graphic design, as well as experts in usability,
plain language, ethnographic research and branding.
Contact Design for Democracy to request assistance for your
government agency, department or office, or to participate in our
You may also seek skilled, local designers through the AIGA Designer Directory or AIGA Design
Design is increasingly recognized as a powerful approach to crafting more effective public services. MindLab, a studio inside the Danish government, assists senior decision-makers in designing better solutions to complex public problems, using methods such as ethnography, user journeys, system maps, service prototypes and design games.
Section: Inspiration -
personal essay, design research, design thinking, government, in-house design, strategy
In this 90-minute interactive webcast organized by the AIGA Women's Leadership Initiative, negotiation expert Lisa Gates will teach you three key ways to become a leader in your workplace and advance your career.
In the summer of 2012, AIGA Nashville paired three groups of design students with professional designers. The teams used design thinking to create short-term deliverables and long-term strategies for nonprofits and then presented the work to the community. This case study features work done with Urban Housing Solutions.
Section: Why Design -
Design for Good, branding, identity design, nonprofit, user research, web design, pro bono, social responsibility, design educators
In this collaborative project, a series of visual prototypes was designed to communicate essential information about malaria treatment and prevention—as well as safe sanitation habits—to the residents of Kibera, Kenya.
Section: Why Design -
Design for Good, graphic design, nonprofit, posters, diversity, health
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