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Thursday, October 10 • 1:30pm - 3:00pm
Designing for Social Change: Getting Technically Savvy and Socially Conscious

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Social Good - what does that term truly mean? It's currently appearing on every news feed, hash tag string, and trending topic across the world. In this session, designers and community organizers alike will learn what it means to effectively use design for social change. Duty of Design's Founder India Aleah Hayes will guide attendees through a human centered design approach and resolving real word problems with design solutions. Attendees are encouraged to see that there is an art to advocacy and an advocate that lives within all artists.

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India Aleah Hayes

Founder, The Duty of Design
India Aleah Hayes is the Founder of The Duty of Design. This award-winning company is a little different from the rest. Using a modular needs assessment tool, discounted and free design services are provided to charitable organizations and non-profits. Hayes’ motto is awe-inspiring design work does not have to be expensive— all you need is an idea and a cause to spur action, spread awareness, initiate... Read More →

Thursday October 10, 2013 1:30pm - 3:00pm
C - 12th Floor Conference Room 1 Atlantic Station, 201 17th Street, Atlanta, GA, 30363

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