The following ballot and election design tools and
resources—created by AIGA Design for Democracy and
others as noted—may be useful to election officials, legislators,
equipment providers, printers, designers and press.
If you'd like assistance with human resources (hiring an
Election Design Fellow or finding a designer in your area), please
visit Government officials:
Richard Grefé, executive director of AIGA, the professional association
for design, discusses how creative professionals can elevate their role
in the business world and earn greater validation for their work.
Section: Inspiration -
design thinking, strategy, students
AIGA Minnesota’s Design for Good initiative partnered with a local nonprofit to better serve the needs of its food shelf clients.
Section: Why Design -
Design for Good
AIGA invites all designers and creatives to participate in a virtual Town Hall to solve social issues in our communities by developing tangible engagement tools and generating new, productive conversations.
Section: Tools and Resources -
design thinking, advocacy, social responsibility, Diversity and Inclusion
AIGA Medalist Seymour Chwast shares his new passion project