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Doug Hebert knows a thing or two about designing change through his craft. His proposals have been chosen for one of Sappi’s Ideas That Matter grants not just once. Not twice. But four times. And each time, Hebert puts the awarded funds to good use. Every year, Sappi invites a new group of industry experts to judge [...]
TEACHING TOLERANCE Academy of Art students Angela Tolosa, Cassia The, Elizabeth West and Maritess Desiderio formed Team Bully, the Color in Action Winner. Their project was framed around the question of whether color could be used in schools to lower aggression and teach tolerance. If you were to become visually impaired, how would you experience color? Or, [...]
When you visit a website that’s so well-designed that it feels like you’re enveloped in a story with every click, you know that the creative team nailed it. When the story being told is that of an organization that helps everyday families conquer cancer in children by easing the financial burden, your heart opens up [...]
This year marks the 20th anniversary of Evan’s Life Foundation , a nonprofit dedicated to helping children at risk. The foundation was formed in 1992 by a group of designers as a way of honoring the life of Evan, the 2-and-a-half-year-old son of fellow designers Greg and Pat Samata who was lost in a tragic car accident. [...]
A TASTEFUL OPTION Swipe Out Starvation aims to appeal to students with leftover meal credits at the end of a dining cycle to donate those credits in lieu of splurging on unnecessary food. Each card is equivalent to 25 cents. Giving people options to do good things is the simple yet effective premise behind Swipe out Starvation. [...]