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Emily Herrick ’16, speaks about “The Constitutionary” for AIGA Design for Good

DSI Alum Emily Herrick ’16, service designer at Reboot, joined Tomas Ives, designer and special projects director of the Government of Chile, and Chelsea Mauldin of Public Policy Lab in the fourth episode of the Design for Good webcast series, “The Constitutionary,” on March 17, 2017. The series is a resource for practical information and…

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AIGA SF Social Innovation Week with Cheryl Heller

San Francisco Design Week is a community event driven by AIGA SF and a committee of representatives from multiple design disciplines in the Bay Area. Design Week spans the entire Bay Area from Silicon Valley to the city of San Francisco. With more than 60 studio tours and 200 events throughout the week featuring world-renowned…

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Cheryl Heller on Design with Purpose, Part of the AIGA Creative Impact Series

Visionary designer and social impact innovator, Cheryl Heller, joins us for a discussion about designing a life (and career) with purpose. How can you transition from a life spent brilliantly solving clients’ problems to a successful career designing things that truly matter to you and the world? Come find out where social impact design lives and how to get there. Photos by Monique Duquette.

AIGA Design Leader Interview Series: Cheryl Heller

Former and current Women Lead committee members based in New York; top row from left to right: Cheryl Heller, Debbie Millman, Jada Britto, Heather Stern. Seated, from left to right: Lynda Decker, Deborah Adler. Photo by John Madere. Originally posted on AIGA.org For AIGA Women Lead’s first interview series, we sat down with women pioneers…

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Cheryl Heller Awarded AIGA Medal

Cheryl Heller, Chair of the MFA Design for Social Innovation Department at the School of Visual Arts, has been awarded the prestigious AIGA Medal, the highest honor of the design profession. Heller is the Founding Chair of the first MFA program in Design for Social Innovation at SVA and founder of CommonWise. She has taught…

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Cheryl Heller on What Women are Worth: Busting Negative Stereotypes for More Money and Power | AIGA Eye on Design

“What Women are Worth: Money and Power Will Not Come Through Legislation but by Busting Negative Stereotypes,” by Cheryl Heller, originally ran in AIGA’s The Journal in 1992 (vol. 9, no. 4). It’s part of a series in which we invite a new generation of design critics to page through our archives and respond to an article of their choice. Check back in a week for the next installment in this conversation between past and present.

SVA’s Cheryl Heller Awarded Prestigious AIGA Medal

MFA Design for Social Innovation Chair Cheryl Heller achieved a milestone in her rapidly expanding field by receiving the design profession’s highest honor: the prestigious AIGA Medal. The award recognizes exceptional practitioners and educators for their achievements, services and contributions to the design and visual communication industries.

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