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Started in 1998, AIGA's oldest initiative has the mission to apply design tools and thinking to increase civic participation. By making interactions between the U.S. government and its citizens more understandable, efficient, and trustworthy, designers become more vocal citizens and make democracy more sound.
“AIGA is committed to working for public good and design excellence. Democracy is designed,” says AIGA executive director Julie Anixter. In 2018, we continue to advocate for civic engagement through voter education, registration, and access, but with an additional emphasis placed on civic engagement. We turn design skills and aspirations into tangible actions that can make a difference.
Help promote voting and midterms for the 2018 Election.
Voter turnout for midterm elections is generally much lower than in years with a presidential election – as such, I felt it was worth greater promotion this year. Stylistically I referenced Sanborn Insurance Maps to create a feeling of classic Americana but with contemporary color application.
A non-partisan poster encouraging everyone to get out and vote in the 2018 Election.