Video: Why Design for Social Good? Documentary

Why use your design skills to help others? Hear what designers and activists have to say about designing for social good.

This documentary, called Why Design for Social Good? Designing for Good: Advice from Designers & Activists features graphic designers and non-profit and community activists speaking on the importance and significance of quality graphic design and visual identity in terms of supporting social good movements and non-profit groups.

The video features activists and designers – many of which are defined as both; Louroz Mercader, Jessica Roher, Steve Virtue, Zahra Ebrahim, Keith Rushton and Jay Wall.

Watch it Online Now here. If you are interested in a DVD copy of the 14-minute documentary, please email daniel@danielfrancavilla.com.

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Daniel Francavilla

Daniel is a graduate of OCAD University's Graphic Design program. He is the founder of Now Creative Group, and is inspired to make positive change through design and youth organizations like ACCESS and Speak Up for Change. Follow him on Twitter @Francavilla and @NowCreates.

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