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We have 196 blogposts about Design and Social Design.
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  • Heartvertising: Follow your heart. Also in advertising.

    Follow your heart. Also in advertising.

    By on 23 February 2014

    In social advertising, as here on Osocio, we are familiar with emotions. Because it is not about physical things but real people’s problems. Advertising to overcome problems. It is often about pain and sorrow. But almost always with a...

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  • Parkinson’s. A horror story?

    Parkinson’s. A horror story?

    By on 17 February 2014

    An intriguing new campaign for Parkinson’s UK. 20 image makers (illustrators, designers), were briefed to produce posters illustrating different facets of the disease. The posters are unbranded, designed to straddle the line between art (OK, ‘content’) and advertising. Some...

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  • Erik Ravelo Los Intocables: The right to childhood should be untouchable, but is still a taboo

    The right to childhood should be untouchable, but is still a taboo

    By on 3 February 2014

    There are still taboos. What recently was again the case with the project of the Cuban artist Erik Ravelo. Ravelo is known for his his work at Fabrica and as the man behind the United Colors of Benetton’s UnHate...

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  • Native Americans ask for rebranding NFL Redskins

    Native Americans ask for rebranding NFL Redskins

    By on 30 January 2014

    This campaign from Oneida Indian Nation is about the use of the name and the mascot of the NFL team Redskins. The name of Washington’s NFL team has become a prominent civil rights issue. Members of Congress from both...

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  • Book review: Hidden Persuasion

    By on 27 January 2014

    33 psychological influence techniques in advertising Designing for behavior change is our thing here on Osocio.  We discuss the wide area of social campaigns from all over the world. ‘Is it a good or bad campaign’ is our first...

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  • A free typeface for climate loonies

    A free typeface for climate loonies

    By on 24 January 2014

    Nice work from Matthew Anderson: Klima, a free typeface for the climate movement. Matthew: “Professional type designers deserve to be paid for their work, but most people working to stop climate change are volunteers — they’re never going to...

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  • The Backpacker Intern

    Nonprofits, do you want a Backpacker Intern?

    By on 21 January 2014

    This is the opportunity for nonprofits to get a free expert in home. The expert is Mark van der Heijden, creative copywriter from Amsterdam. He travels around the world as ‘The Backpacker Intern’. Helping out agencies, brands and charities....

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  • Sochi: where no snow falls in winter

    Sochi: where no snow falls in winter

    By on 19 January 2014

    Since the announcement of the location of the next Winter Olympics photographer Rob Hornstra and writer Arnold van Bruggen have worked on The Sochi Project. They have visited the area many times and parts of the project have now been...

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  • No creative has been paid to make this ad #coglioneNo

    No creative has been paid to make this ad #coglioneNo

    By on 13 January 2014

    A plumber or a gardener don’t work for free. A designer is too often asked to do so. It’s what Osocio blogger Noah Scalin wrote about in his Design Activists Handbook. The three funny videos in this post are...

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  • Canada’s designers rebel against government-developed national logos

    Canada’s designers rebel against government-developed national logos

    By on 13 December 2013

    When Canadian public broadcaster CBC released the logos being considered by the Government of Canada for the country’s upcoming sesquicentennial, people were quick to react. Nobody was quite as vocal as Canadian designer Ibraheem Youssef, who now works as...

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