This collection of sample ballots highlights common ballot
design challenges and AIGA Design for Democracy's
U.S. election ballots come in thousands of varieties, and many
factors influence their differences.
Thus, the following collection of samples is in no way comprehensive, but rather seeks to demonstrate the range that exists.
Design for Democracy is currently helping election officials
throughout the country to adopt AIGA's top 10 election design
guidelines and utilize the full ballot and polling
place design guidelines and detailed samples created on behalf
of the U.S. Election Assistance Commission (EAC), on which the
following ballot samples are based.
Facing a crisis, the LIVESTRONG Foundation responded with a subtle rather than radical rebrand, boldly banking on the organization’s secure sense of self and its message that LIVESTRONG has never been about one person.
Section: Why Design -
advertising, Competition, branding, graphic design, identity design, nonprofit, print design, health, strategy, Justified
What’s it like to establish and run a successful studio—all by yourself? Von Glitschka of Glitschka Studios in the Pacific Northwest shares thoughts and plans for the future in this interview for “Defining the Studio of 2015.”
Section: Inspiration -
freelancing, interview, culture, business plans, collaboration, new business development, studio management
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
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Video: AIGA Medalist Jonathan Hoefler & Tobias Frere-Jones