When the Cornell Council for the Arts hired to us to create the information architecture and poster design to highlight grants to Cornell students, staff and faculty, they used words like innovative, edgy and smart design. They wanted more than a static poster that listed a catalog of awards, they wanted a work of art, a design that showcased their awards in a visually stunning way.
Distributed to more than 2000 artists, art historians, architects and designers, the poster goes beyond a literal calendar, showcasing information visualization with graphically dynamic and designed text.
Interactive Designer Yumi Endo created this stunning poster that captures the essence of their mission, to insure that the arts and the scholarly activity associated with them are equal partners in the university’s public image, and that the creative products of students and faculty alie are put forward in local, national and international professional arenas.
Download a high resolution version of the poster here.
This month Duffy and Partners wrote about “Ideas and Inspiration: Generosity”, and lauded Design for Social GOOD for tackling critical social issues with web 2.0 technologies! Driven by their underlying mission, “Design to make a difference”, Duffy highlights “bright ideas, hard at work to deliver generosity”.
We’re honored to be featured next to companies making a difference in every facet of our lives including Jumo, Aveda Men,Kickstarter, Print4Change, Natural Inspirations, Forgotten, Water for People, Gift Flow, Hands on Network, Sparked, Toms,Live Below the Line, Certified B Corporation, The Voice Project, Krochet Kids, Truck Farm, Global Poverty Project, Games for Change, Project 7 and Art for the River.
NC Reach provides state-funded grants for former North Carolina foster youth to attend public colleges and Universities. By providing students with valuable resources, guidance and financial assistance, NC Reach affords them futures filled with possibilites.
Advocating for foster youth has been a longtime passion for Design for Social GOOD so when NC Reach asked us to design a new website, we were honored to have the opportunity. The website design and development process included analysis of the current site, specific recommendations to the client, wire frames and style frames to show the look and feel of the new site and usability testing to assure the site’s fluid navigation.
We’re exited to work with RichWeb as they continue the next step in the website development life cycle.
We’ll be sure to let you know when the new