Posts Tagged Design

Thanks, CommandC!

We’re still in the middle of our launch excitement, but I wanted to take a second to thank the wonderful team at CommandC, who – under the leadership of the fabulous Sara Bacon – made this new site possible.  They worked with us from the very beginning, brainstorming goals and branding, till the bitter end getting no sleep to ensure that the redesigned site went up smoothly.  They took all of our scattered ideas about increasing community functions and social networking and came up with the brilliant new My Feministing; they listened to our concerns about overly-cluttered home pages and worked with us to organize all of our content (and there’s a lot of it!) in a seamless ...

We’re still in the middle of our launch excitement, but I wanted to take a second to thank the wonderful team at CommandC, who – under the leadership of the fabulous Sara Bacon – made ...

Triple Bottom Line: Planet, People, and Profit

Check out Emily Pilloton on Colbert Nation. I reviewed her book back in the day. It’s exciting to see this movement, and Emily’s great work, getting the attention it deserves.

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Check out Emily Pilloton on Colbert Nation. I reviewed her book back in the day. It’s exciting to see this movement, and Emily’s great work, getting the attention it deserves.

The Colbert Report Mon – ...

Young Woman Leads the Charge on a Design Revolution

I went to a great book party last night for Emily Pilloton’s Design Revolution: 100 Products that Empower People. Emily, a visionary designer still in her late 20s, started Project H Design in January 2008, a nonprofit aimed at supporting product design initiatives “for humanity” (such as more vivid and engaging foster home facilities, playgrounds that double as math teaching laboratories etc.). In Design Revolution, she has gathered together 100 products from all over the world and profiled them. It is not only beautiful and charged with an undeniable spirit of outrage and imagination, but there is so much for the non-designer to learn.
In the introduction, Emily writes:

As a whole, today’s world of design (specifically product design) is ...

I went to a great book party last night for Emily Pilloton’s Design Revolution: 100 Products that Empower People. Emily, a visionary designer still in her late 20s, started Project H Design in January 2008, a ...

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