15 New Design Projects Helping Improve Life In NYC

15 New Design Projects Helping Improve Life In NYC
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Get a preview look at collaborative work ranging from identity to green infrastructure created by pro bono designers for nonprofit organizations.

Dave Pinter, PSFK
  • 9 october 2012

Recharging Communities is the current exhibition by New York City based nonprofit, desigNYC. Now three years old, desigNYC has served as a matchmaker for NYC nonprofit organizations with community-focused design needs and creative firms looking to donate their services.   The work is presented in two categories, Communications Design and Built Environment Design. The collaboration solutions draw from a wide range of design disciplines including UX, print, environmental graphics, interior design, architecture, and urban planning. The overall goal with each is to improve the lives of residents and visitors to New York City through community responsive design.

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