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Co.Exist: Catchafire Profiles HSC’s Anne Frederick

The third in a series of interviews, part of Catchafire‘s Generosity Series in Fast Company‘s Co.Exist, profiles Anne Frederick, executive director of the Hester Street Collaborative–which “involves citizens in redesigning their neighborhoods to create stronger communities.” Frederick’s responses are wide-ranging, but we found her answer to the final interview question–“Who inspires you most with their(…)


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Co.Exist: Catchafire Profiles HSC's Anne Frederick

The third in a series of interviews, part of Catchafire‘s Generosity Series in Fast Company‘s Co.Exist, profiles Anne Frederick, executive director of the Hester Street Collaborative–which “involves citizens in redesigning their neighborhoods to create stronger communities.” Frederick’s responses are wide-ranging, but we found her answer to the final interview question–“Who inspires you most with their(…)


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Co.Exist: Catchafire Profiles MASS Design Group

Fast Company‘s Co.Exist continued its stellar coverage of “The 11 Most Generous Designers,” profiled here previously, and co-curated by Rachel Chong of Catchafire and Ric Grefé of AIGA. The second of eleven–“Two Architects Reinvent The Hospital To Prevent Infections“–published Friday, profiles Michael Murphy and Alan Ricks, two of the principal co-founders of MASS Design Group.(…)


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Co.Exist: “The 11 Most Generous Designers”

A week ago today, Rachel Chong, the founder & CEO of Catchafire–an innovative, for-profit, pro bono service matchmaker–took to the pages of Fast Company‘s Co.Exist to profile what she terms “The 11 Most Generous Designers.” The list was co-curated by Chong and Ric Grefé, the executive director of AIGA, and a member of our Public(…)


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Co.Exist: "The 11 Most Generous Designers"

A week ago today, Rachel Chong, the founder & CEO of Catchafire–an innovative, for-profit, pro bono service matchmaker–took to the pages of Fast Company‘s Co.Exist to profile what she terms “The 11 Most Generous Designers.” The list was co-curated by Chong and Ric Grefé, the executive director of AIGA, and a member of our Public(…)


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AIGA's "Get Out the Vote 2012" Poster Campaign

A program of AIGA‘s Design for Democracy initiative, the “Get Out the Vote” campaign invited members to create “nonpartisan posters and videos that inspire the American public to participate in the electoral process and vote in the 2012 general election.” AIGA is hosting an exhibition in New York City from October 3–November 30, 2012, featuring(…)


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AIGA’s “Get Out the Vote 2012″ Poster Campaign

A program of AIGA‘s Design for Democracy initiative, the “Get Out the Vote” campaign invited members to create “nonpartisan posters and videos that inspire the American public to participate in the electoral process and vote in the 2012 general election.” AIGA is hosting an exhibition in New York City from October 3–November 30, 2012, featuring(…)


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Gain: AIGA Design for Social Value Conference

AIGA has announced the theme of its annual “Gain” conference, to focus on the social value of design. This year’s conference will take place October 9-10, 2012, in San Francisco. The conference boasts an impressive roster of speakers, including, among others: Patrice Martin, Co-lead & Creative Director of IDEO.org; Emily Pilloton, Founder & Executive Director(…)


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ArchRecord: Humanitarian Design Networks

Our coverage of Architectural Record magazine’s “Building for Social Change” issue continues with another excerpt from “The Good List.” Today, we look at ten humanitarian design networks, six of which appear in the actual piece, while two others are profiled in other sections of the bigger list, and another student-focused efforts fell outside the scope(…)


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