Recent work from Design Action

July 26, 2012 |  By nadia |  Categories: Design Styles & Samples, Events & Updates

We’ve been producing a record number of posters and websites in the past 6 months. Here’s just a small sample of the exciting projects we’ve gotten to work on:

AIDS Conference 2012. This is the first year that the conference was held in the U.S. Our friends at Positive Women’s Network and MSM Global Forum played large roles in the conference in D.C. and Design Action created guidebooks, reports, and posters to help them advance human rights and justice of people living with HIV.

MSM Global Forum Pre-conference Meeting

HIV Positive Women from around the world are raising their voices at AIDS 2012 Conference. Robert Carr was a pioneer in advancing the health and human rights of marginalized groups around the world.

Battling Climate Change 350.org, along with other environmental organizations, have been working to change policy in the U.S. with prolonged pressure on the White House and Congress. Sierra Student Coalition wanted to support Lisa Jackson of the EPA for championing Environmental Justice, commissioning this poster from us.

Lisa Jackson is a clean-air champion. Meanwhile dirty Fossil Fuels industries are getting subsidized by tax payers.

Websites. Our web team continues to expand and develop more useful tools for the social justice movement’s communication needs. Here are some recent launches we’re proud of.

National Day Laborer Organizing Network improves the lives of day laborers in the United States. The website features a robust multimedia section for the political poster art gallery. music. and YouTube videos, as well as a member-search function.

OrgUp engages left organizers in strategic dialogue.

 

Urgent Action Fund for Women’s Human Rights website has an searchable database of grants including an interactive map.

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