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Designing for Social Change Strategies for Community-Based Graphic Design

ISBN-10: 1616890479
ISBN-13: 9781616890476
Edition: 2012
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Book details

List price: $24.95
Copyright year: 2012
Publisher: Princeton Architectural Press
Publication date: 3/7/2012
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 160
Size: 7.00" wide x 8.50" long x 0.75" tall
Weight: 0.946
Language: English

This newest title in the design briefs series is a compact, hands-on guide for graphic design professionals who want to start helping communities and effectuating social change in the world. Author Andrew Shea presents ten strategies for successful community engagement, grounding each one in two real world case studies. The twenty projects featured in the book are by both design professionals and students and range from creating a map of services for the homeless community in Santa Monica, helping Chicago's Humboldt Park community by designing a website where donors can buy essential items for community members, to encouraging LA's Latina community to go for an annual PAP exam in an attempt to prevent cervical cancer through carefully designed posters, murals, and other material. Designing for Social Change is both an inspiration and a how-to book that encourages graphic designers everywhere to go out and do good with their work, providing them with the tools to complete successful projects in their communities.

John Bayley is an eminent literary critic & a retired professor from Oxford University. He remarried in 2000 & still lives in Oxford, England.Ellen Lupton is Adjunct Curator at the Cooper-Hewitt National Design Museum and Co-Chair of the Design Department of the Maryland Institute College of Art.

Foreword
Preface
Acknowledgments
Immerse Yourself
Cares Mobile Safety Center
Green Patriot Posters
Build Trust
No Hooks before Books
A Book by Its Cover: Reading Stereotypes
Promise Only What You Can Deliver
Project Winterfood
Safari 7
Prioritize Process
Made in Midtown
projectOPEN
Confront Controversy
The Importance of Dialogue
Stories of the City
Identify The Community's Strengths
Reason to Give
Es Tiempo
Utilize Local Resources
Wet Work
Keys for the City
Design with the Community's Voice
Vendor Power!
The 1% User Manual
Give Communities Ownership
Pecans!
Hawthorne Community Center
Sustained Engagement
Walk in My Shoes
ONE+1
Engagement Strategies
Funding Social Design
Pro Bono Work
Grant Writing Insights
Self-Initiated Funding
Community-Supported Microgrants
Nonprofit Design Studios
Endnotes
Index

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