Created by Google and AIGA, the Design Census is an open and collaborative resource for understanding the complex economic, social, and cultural factors shaping the design practice today in the United States.
A report on the landscape of equity, diversity and inclusion in Architecture, Engineering, Construction and Design. At its heart are two questions: what applied research has been conducted so far, and what is being done to create
A crowd-sourced virtual archive that includes photos, letters, oral histories, anecdotes, published and unpublished articles, essays, and other supporting material in the form of documents, videos, audio, as well as links to other relevant archives and websites. Potentially these resources will enable new stories and new interpretations of graphic design history—and of our culture.
A showcase of Black designers, developers, and digital creatives from all over the world. Through in-depth interviews, you’ll learn about their work, their goals, and what inspires them as creative individuals.
The Native Graphic Design Project is intended as a way to increase the visibility of Native, Native American, First Nations, American Indian, AmerIndian, Aboriginal, Metís, Native Alaskan, Indigenous, Indígina, and Inuit people working in the field of graphic design.