Infographic via an online sociology textbook > “The Real World“.
Happy new year all! I hope 2013 brings you a fresh perspective on the days ahead with renewed vigor and creativity.
Designer Megan Jett highlighted 100 of the most talented, social progressives working in various sectors at “the intersection of design and service.” The list includes nonprofits, educators, funders, organizers, policymakers, and artists. I’ve personally used the list to curate a new list of folks to follow on Twitter to keep my “new ideas” streams topped-off throughout the year.
Explore their process story and see the full, high-quality image versions at http://www.publicinterestdesign.org/people.
Update: May 2013 – Check out their freshly released “Global Public Interest Design 100” version.
P.S. If you loved this infographic, then make sure to also check out their Public Interest Design: Products, Places, & Processes page showcasing the exhibition at the Autodesk Gallery in San Francisco. (The exhibition opened for display from October 4, 2012 and will be up/traveling for up to 5 more years).