Disaster can strike anytime, anywhere. It may take many forms – hurricane, earthquake, fire, power outage, hazardous spill or act of terrorism. Worldstudio worked with Enterprise – a leading developer of affordable housing – on the Ready to Respond: Disaster Staffing Toolkit to help housing organizations develop a plan to protect buildings and keep residents safe in the event of a serious disaster. This video introduces users to the Toolkit.+ More details
Joni Yamashiro's final presentation for Impact! Design for Social Change at the School of Visual Arts in New York. Project: Papa Yama’s Heart leverages the relationship a father has with his greatest motivator: his child. Strengthening this bond, this thoughtful snack-pack unifies father and child in the joint venture of health by implicitly communicating: “Dad, your heart is my heart. Feed it well.”+ More details
Students from the High School of Art and Design in New York City, along with their professional design mentors from AIGA NY, reimagined a more sustainable school. School: by Design, an initiative of Design Ignites Change, is taking place in cities all across the United States. www.DesignIgnitesChange.org+ More details
Twenty-two students from the High School of Art and Design in New York City, along with their professional design mentors from AIGA NY, designed billboards dealing with issues of tolerance. Six billboards along with portraits of the students were on display on the Clear Channel Spectacolor HD screen in Times Square. Create! Don’t Hate, an initiative of Design Ignites Change, is taking place in cities all across the United States. www.DesignIgnitesChange.org+ More details
Six students from New York City’s High School of Art and Design are being given an opportunity that many designers only dream of – their designs are being featured on Clear Channel’s “Spectacolor HD” digital billboard in Times Square. The billboards were created as part of Create! Don’t Hate., a Design Ignites Change mentoring initiative. Professional designers from the mentoring program of the New York chapter of AIGA worked with students from the High School of Art and Design to create billboard designs addressing the theme of tolerance. The winning billboard designs were unveiled on Spectacolor HD during a launch event in Times Square on July 6th. The mentors, project coordinators and representatives from Worldstudio and Clear Channel Spectacolor, along with the general public, were invited to celebrate with the students and their families.+ More details
Listen to an interview on KGNU’s Morning Magazine radio show about the Create! Don’t Hate. billboard project with Meagan Brnick, PlatteForum’s Education Director, and Metro State mentor, Joe Marsh. Learn more at: http://designigniteschange.org/projects/96-create-dont-hate-denver Create! Don’t Hate. is a Design Ignites Change Youth Mentoring Initiative built around the theme of tolerance.+ More details
Mark Randall and Andréa Pellegrino were two of the eleven speakers at this year’s Y Conference produced by AIGA San Diego. Mark and Andréa presented their partnering strategies and recent collaborations on the Urban Forest Project and Design Ignites Change.+ More details
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