To celebrate publication’s third issue, PUBLIC Journal has partnered with the Autodesk Foundation and Native Trails to host a celebratory evening at the Autodesk Gallery in San Francisco. Along with dinner, drinks, and a plethora of impact designers, the evening will culminate around a panel discussion on the future of product design for social good. The conversation with IDEO.org‘s Patrice Martin, Stanford d.School‘s Alissa Murphy, and frog design‘s Denise Gershbein will be moderated by Krista Donaldson of D-Rev. Tickets are available on Eventbrite for $15 each and part of the proceeds will support Journeyman International.
PUBLIC Journal is a quarterly print and digital publication providing an unprecedented platform for the expanding impact design movement; where the world of architecture and design intersects the voices of activism, exposing a determination to provide good design for those that need it most, but most often do not get it. Readers get insight into the social, political, and cultural issues that surround this burgeoning movement. PUBLIC Journal tells stories of like-minded individuals attempting to make a difference and celebrates their challenges and successes, one project at a time.
Click here to secure your place at PUBLIC Journal’s Launch Party, online at Eventbrite.com.