Jane Pellicciotto @allegrojane ?Member
Sole proprietor of Allegro Design, a full-service identity and marketing communications firm working with nonprofits, and businesses that make products or provide services that benefit individuals or the commons. I believe in making things make sense and in solutions that respect the intelligence, time and needs of the audience, first and foremost.
I'm a former board member of AIGA DC, a former design instructor, and currently a member of AIGA Portland's Sustainability Committee. I'm also a contributing writer and photographer for the Portland Farmers Market and blog at janepell.wordpress.com.
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Having been on the sustainable design committee of AIGA Portland, even after all the events we did, just how to incorporate sustainable design solutions into one’s work remains elusive. The problem is, so much of the focus is on companies that make products, which is one of the few, if only, areas to innovate by [...]
Jane Pellicciotto wrote a new blog post: Nourishing Enterprises: A Farmers’ Market Sustainability Success Story 2 years, 9 months ago · View
One look and it’s easy to imagine how farmers’ markets nurture communities—piles of lush, colorful bounty and smiling people milling about. But behind the sights, sounds and scents are well-crafted success stories. Like many markets, Portland Farmers Market (PFM) has a mission to sustain local growers and food producers, strengthen the local food economy and create [...]
Jane Pellicciotto wrote a new blog post: SHIFT 4: Engaging Presentations on Sustainable Design Thinking 2 years, 9 months ago · ViewAnother well-attended SHIFT confirmed that Portlanders are still hungry for engaging presentations on sustainable design thinking—or maybe it was the free beer. Either way, two key themes emerged from the evening. One was collaboration—joining forces to find solutions to today’s problems, together. A twist on the popular saying is called for: “Many hands make green work.” [...]