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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:
There are three general types or client/designer relationships: boss/worker, friends and partners. All three types have their place, but only one of them offers the potential for truly great design to emerge.
The topic of racial diversity in graphic design has been going on for well over 20 years. What can we actually do change the makeup of the community so it reflects the multicultural world we live in?
Section: Inspiration -
Diversity and Inclusion, diversity
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.
Section: Why Design
When buildings are left vacant, they can be detrimental to the communities around them. Grafik Intervention is a project that combines digital projections with historical research, community outreach and live events to bring about creative solutions to urban decay.
Section: Why Design -
Design for Good, design educators, students
Lida Baday Spring 2010 Brochure
Concrete Design Communications, Inc.
External Resources (cont.)
BSR Collateral System
VSA Partners, Inc.