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Individual designers and local AIGA chapters can make a
difference! Members are responsible for initiating Design for
Democracy’s ballot and election design program, its Get Out the
Vote campaign, and for other national and local advocacy
Designers are encouraged to:
Good design has the ability to define a great product, service or cause. AIGA member Sara N.A. Suttle shares some thoughts on why skimping on design is never, ever a good idea.
Section: Why Design
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.
For 24 hours, ten designers from various communities and backgrounds brainstormed, strategized and designed approaches to the #Ferguson unrest, the recognizable racial divide in the St. Louis community and the nationwide issue of police brutality.
In order to inform the public about budget cuts that would affect children, the Children's Defense Fund launches a program that relies upon concerned individuals sharing information through a microsite and social media channels.
Section: Why Design -
Design for Good, advertising, web design, advocacy, social responsibility
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