A big congratulations to the Fishes and Loaves team from the Yale studio who is partnering with the Loaves and Fishes Food Pantry and Clothing Closet. The collaboration just won $20,000 to put toward the redesign of their donation service!
Going into the new year, the team is looking forward to implementing as “things always get messy once you put them out in the real world, but managing that chaos is a really fun part of the process.” Learn more about the project from an interview with team member, Ben Weiner!
On October 24th, 2014, Jenna and Katie spent the day in San Francisco coaching design and maker workshops for elementary school students. While driving back to Stanford campus later that night, they could not have felt more physically exhausted but intellectually awake and inspired. It was on this drive home, ironically enough, where they began to craft a dream together for this summer that involved a much longer drive of its own.
Five teams from around the country just returned from a trip of the year, presenting at the headquarters of Fiat Chrysler Automobiles. Tasked with designing for those with disabilities, these teams met the challenge and shared innovative ideas with top executives within Chrysler’s Tech Plaza. Learn about some of their work below!
DFA’s Northwestern Studio, supported by The Barry and Mary Ann MacLean Fund for Art & Engineering, hosted Midwest Meetup 2014! It was a weekend-long exchange between Design for America student representatives from the Northwestern, UIUC, Michigan State and Case/CIA studios!
DFA is proud to announce that Adobe is yet again giving all 500+ DFAers a FREE Adobe Creative Cloud account for the year. This is over a $150k value! DFA is excited to renew this new partnership to equip all of its members with the skills and tools to bring their ideas to life and make an impact.