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:
We condemn those whose design is to destroy civilizations, human dignity, and life itself. And we mourn the loss of one of our own, Nohemi Gonzales, a design student at CalState Long Beach.
Section: Inspiration -
diversity, social issues, social responsibility, Design for Good, Diversity and Inclusion
In this collaborative project, a series of visual prototypes was designed to communicate essential information about malaria treatment and prevention—as well as safe sanitation habits—to the residents of Kibera, Kenya.
Section: Why Design -
graphic design, nonprofit, posters, diversity, health, 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
Young & Smylie Licorice
Video: AIGA Medalists Sean Adams and Noreen Morioka