GDUSA adds ‘Responsible Designers’ to the editorial mix, growing organically out of our Green Design annual feature.
Gage Mitchell created Modern Species to align our values, passions, and skills with a holistic approach to responsibility.
Design for Good was started by Mark Haak in 2007 to work with charities, non-profits and businesses that believe creativity has enormous power for change, and that strong design can move people and get results.
De Nichols is Director & Principal Designer of Civic Creatives, a team helping to confront racial inequity, food insecurity, youth development, education, civic involvement, and intracultural conflict.
Rachel Martin is the design director of Rachel Martin Design, a sustainable and socially responsible design studio that works with conscious businesses who are committed to social value and want to create a better world.
Mark Randall is the principal and creative director of Worldstudio, a for-profit design and communications firm as well as a non-profit arts foundation.
Lennie Gray Mowris’ design career grew out of a desire to create artistic communications that serve people and their environment.
Justin Ahrens is founder and principal of Rule29, and enjoys digging into a business problem and designing a strategic solution.
As the design director for the Southern Poverty Law Center, Russel has made it a personal mission to use the highest quality visuals as a tool to elevate our voice.
Renourish.org is a registered 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization, with a mission to provide online tools advocating awareness and action for sustainable systems thinking in the communication design community.
Eclipse Marketing & Advertising believes social responsibility starts with developing and maintaining a culture of teamwork.
Designers now embrace the notion of responsibility writ large, designing for good and for positive social change.
The Central Park Conservancy is a private nonprofit organization that manages Central Park, one of the most beloved and visited urban parks in the world.
Lisa Cain Design specializes in print and interactive media for a variety of healthcare, wellness, scientific and research organizations.
Eisenberg And Associates believes that socially positive work happens within corporations as well as non-profit organizations.
Studio Change is a sustainable design consultancy that inspires small and forward-thinking companies to make sustainability a framework for building their businesses.
jLinton design (jLd) was established by Jennifer Linton in 2013 after almost two decades of in-house art direction and publication design in the healthcare sector.
Design as Service brings together talented design students, under professional art direction, with the design needs of non-profit organizations.
We feel that in our role as designers/communicators our challenge is to make that positive impact felt more effectively.