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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
Life In Abundance (LIA) is a nonprofit organization that works in seven countries throughout northeast Africa. Their goal is to mobilize, train and equip local churches to implement holistic ministries that focus on the poor, orphaned, and vulnerable within their own communities. Since 2007, Rule29 has worked with LIA on strategy and branding both in the U.S. and Africa, designing a new communication system that included logo and collateral, as well as ads, brochures and annual reports.
Section: Why Design -
branding, communication design, identity design, marketing, print design, Design for Good, annual report, website, cross-cultural design, culture, international, multiculturalism, partnerships, social responsibility, strategy
This has been one of the most popular questions I’ve received so far,
and goes to show the how high the demand for UX designers and UX design
Section: Tools and Resources -
data visualization, interface design, user experience, digital media, professional development, advice
Learn more about why Design for Good matters, the ways in which AIGA will support you and how the program encapsulates more than just pro bono work.
Section: Why Design -
AIGA Insight, Design for Good, social responsibility
When the Waldo Canyon Fire broke out in Colorado Springs this past June, a group of creatives rapidly mobilized to create Wild Fire Tees, selling custom-designed T-shirts to benefit those affected by fires statewide. Their simple goal was to sell a few hundred shirts. They underestimated by
Section: Inspiration -
Design for Good, pro bono
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External Resources (cont.)
2010 Studio On Fire Letterpress Calendar
Studio On Fire