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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
Author and editor Virginia Postrel on aesthetics and value in economics, society and politics.
Section: Why Design -
eco issues, social issues, business
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
This past August, in-house creatives from Mary Kay, Fossil, FUNimation
Entertainment and Cooper Aerobics sat down together to discuss what it
takes to thrive in-house. What follows is an edited version of the panel discussion, part of a
series of INitiative events organized by the AIGA Dallas Fort Worth chapter
and The Creative Group.
Section: Why Design -
in-house design, in-house issues, INitiative
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
Yerba Buena Center for the Arts (YBCA) 2009 Summer Campaign
External Resources (cont.)
The Saint Johns Bible Website
2009 Membership Party Invitation