Design for Us is a Toolkit by Mike Fretto that equips graphic designers with resources and strategies for facilitating community-led design projects.
Most would agree that a significant percentage of our daily news feed is taken up with stories that are intense; stories of crime, injustice, and disasters (both natural and otherwise) that deserve pause, if not action. However, the daily newspaper […]
Graphic Medicine is a site that explores the interaction between the medium of comics and the discourse of healthcare.
This piece first appeared in Take on Art, Design Issue in January 2012, and was guest edited by Mayank Mansingh Kaul. Thoughtshop Foundation is a Social Communication Organisation. It is dedicated to creating new and effective ways of dealing with […]
Communication designer Lakshmi Murthy with over 2 decades of experience in working with rural audiences, puts forth a new role of the communication designer when working in a unfamiliar social and cultural environment.
As an audio-visual ‘job-aid’ for community health workers in rural India, Mobile Kunji supports interpersonal communication and helps provide standardised, credible information.
The Design to Improve Life Compass offers interesting methods, processes and filters which educators and students can incorporate in projects.
Lawtoons is a comic book series on laws in India.
The History of Sustainability is a book designed to understand the evolution of sustainability, in a simple engaging format. A great resource if you are keen to learn more about sustainability.
Art with Heart is a non-profit organisation dedicated to help children overcome trauma through creative expression.
KartuPedia, developed by Heimlo & Indonesia Mengajar, is an illustrated teaching aid, designed to help educate children in remote provinces across Indonesia.
Puberty, menstruation and feminine hygiene are topics considered taboo in India. Menstrupedia is an online resource that shares vital information on the subject in a simple and accessible manner.
Perch Project is a visual resource on basic animal care and rescue. The project is self-initiated by two visual communication designers, who wanted to share their understanding and knowledge of animal care with others.
Developed by ShaoLan Hsueh, Chineasy is an innovative way to learn Chinese using illustrative mnemonics.