The first ever Design Ignites Change Implementation Award winners were announced in February of 2010 and the grantees have since used the funding to do remarkable work in their communities.
New York-based designer Cynthia Rowley has teamed up with Johnson & Johnson to create limited edition “Dress-Up Band-Aids” with a contribution from the project benefiting Design Ignites Change. Worldstudio’s Nina Mettler and Andréa Pellegrino, Johnson & Johnson Chief Design Officer Chris Hacker and ...more ⇒
Design Ignites Change, a collaboration between Worldstudio and the Adobe Foundation, is excited to announce the winners of the 2010 cycle one awards. The Implementation Awards, which are granted to outstanding projects in order to assist in real-world implementation, were awarded to Matthew Heckart of the School of ...more ⇒
Jason McDaniel is used to printing killer letterpress invitations and cards. And it’s not that he doesn’t love his work at Dallas’ trendy Miss Q Press, but when McDaniel was invited to participate in The Feedback Loop project, he thought it would be fun to challenge himself to do something outside of ...more ⇒
In July 2009, Atlanta café owner, Katrell Christie, returned home from India with a suitcase full of tea and a plan. During her travels, Christie was drawn to mountainous Darjeeling, a region rich in tea—but economically devastated—and it made a big impact on her. There, she visited an impoverished elementary ...more ⇒