Good Design » 2011 » July

The 100 project is a new charitable initiative from London based digital agency Poke. The idea is simple; 52 artists donate a piece of artwork to be auctioned on the project’s website. Each…

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Most people now are familiar with Foursquare, the location based social network that allows users to ‘unlock’ their city. The more you use it the more you get out of it, allowing you…

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Are you a designer with a passion for doing good but without the right outlets to do it? Ever wondered, what if there was a logo for human rights? One that helped win…

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It appears that VW have been saying one thing and doing another! After making the ambitious statement of aiming to be ‘the most eco-friendly car maker in the world’ in their  2009 sustainability report,…

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Contrary to what this websites name might suggest, this has nothing to do with gangsta rappers or Tim Westwood going around the U.K. and ‘pimping’ the offices of charities and NGOs (although there…

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There was a milestone achieved in the Good Design camp this week; we have passed the 1000 followers mark on twitter! I have to say I’m pretty darn chuffed seeing as G.D. has…

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They say the best ideas are simple but effective; Carrefour’s new URL shortener ‘Virou.gr‘ definitely fits that mould and can be described as ‘a URL shortener with a heart’. Developed by F/Nazca Saatchi &…

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