30 designers have 24 hours to develop creative solutions for local non-profits. It’s our Third Annual Design for Good LA!
Do you have what it takes? REGISTRATION IS CLOSED
SATURDAY, OCTOBER 10–SUNDAY, OCTOBER 11, 2015
9AM to 9AM
OPODZ | COLLABORATIVE COWORKING SPACE
Downtown Los Angeles
362 E. 2nd St.
Los Angeles, CA 90012
AIGA Los Angeles and the Taproot Foundation are calling on local creative professionals to lend their skills and help promote design thinking while doing good at the same time.
Over the course of 24 hours, teams of professional creatives will collaborate to develop solutions for a number of local non-profits.
Design for Good LA 2015 (DfGLA) is open to all working professional creatives—graphic designers, illustrators, interactive experts, copywriters, photographers, etc. If you’re interested, sign up to participate by filling out this online application.
Hurry! There are limited spots available on teams! Participants will be chosen based on application order and the requirements of the project briefs. AIGA will announce participants on October 1.
DfGLA provides an opportunity for creatives to build their skills and network while promoting the power of design thinking in a highly visible way. Teams will be a mix of varying experience levels to encourage varying perspectives and opportunities for mentorship. Each team will have a senior design leader to guide the team.
Breakfasts, lunch, snacks, and (plenty of) coffee will be provided.
This event is B.Y.O.P. (Bring Your Own Pillow)
Final designs will be revealed and presented to the non-profit organizations at a party later in the month.
This event is possible with the generous support of these sponsors:
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Design for Good LA helps promote the value of design thinking by solving real problems for local non-profit organizations. A national AIGA initiative, Design for Good helps develop and sustain design thinking for social change. It also creates opportunities for designers to build their practice, their network, and their visibility. Design for Good recognizes the wide range of designers’ work and leadership in social change which benefits the our communities, our country and the world at large.