Join us at the second annual DotGovDesign Conference on Friday, May 6, in Washington DC as we discuss the “Return on Design Investment” in government.
The LA Business Portal Beta is live!
Today, Mayor Garcetti of Los Angeles unveiled the Beta version of the LA Business Portal. Congratulations to our partners at the Mayor’s Office of Innovation and CivicActions!
Professional Pathways in Design for Social Innovation
Looking forward to next week’s panel with Alexis Bonnell of USAID, Justin Cook of Sitra, Liz Ogbu of Studio O, and Rafael Sergio Smith of IDEO.org at MICA, exploring new directions and providing an aspirational vision for professional pathways in design for social innovation.
LEAP 2: Value of Design Symposium
Already looking forward to the next gathering of designers, educators and students committed to applying their creative talents to address the critical, “wicked” social and environmental challenges of our time. At the Center for Social Design at Maryland Institute College of Art (MICA), April 9-12.
Tomorrow comes to Wesleyan University
This week, we had the great pleasure of teaching a course on Human-Centered Design in Government to a class of non-designers at Wesleyan University. Keep up the good work, class!
From City Hall to Compton
Field research with small business owners in the city of Los Angeles is officially underway!
Tomorrow + City of LA
We’re thrilled to kick off our partnership with the Los Angeles Mayor’s Office of Innovation this week to build an open source Business Registration Wizard and Business Portal for LA’s small business community.
April 16 Lecture: Designing a Better Tomorrow
Jeremy Kaye speaks on achieving greater impact through design at Maryland Institute College of Art’s Center for Social Design.
Designing for the Developing World at IxDA 15
Tomorrow is headed to Interaction 15. Looking forward to joining folks from d.light, IDEO.org, Ethnio, Facebook and Google for a panel discussion on how design can be leveraged in the developing world. Our thoughts: depends on whether you show up to expand into new markets or to improve conditions and lives.
Looking sharp at Outdoor Retailer
Fun times with our friends from the North Face at Outdoor Retailer 2015. Looking sharp as always!