Design for Us: A Toolkit for Community-Driven Graphic Design
Fretto, Michael Daniel
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Design for Us is a toolkit that offers strategies and methods to graphic designers interested in community advocacy. Using a workshop model, graphic designers and community members work together through a series of activities to address issues of concern with visual communication design. It provides insights into planning the workshop, interacting with stakeholders, topic exploration, and follow-up. It's designed to be flexible based on your community's needs and circumstances and can be applied to groups of different backgrounds and sizes. Whether you're a graphic designer who wants to make a difference in the community or a seasoned advocate looking for more ways to cultivate action, this toolkit provides you with tips and principles to help facilitate meaningful engagement.
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