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Designmatters students at ArtCenter College of Design collaborate with external partners to create meaningful solutions to complex social challenges.
To innovate with purpose and impact, tomorrow's designers must know how to take a collaborative, empathetic, human-centered approach.
A cross-departmental program partners students with public, private, and non-profit organizations to create viable solutions with real-world impact.
Designmatters students use best practices — and the best design software — to collaborate across disciplines including graphic design, illustration, environmental design, product design, interaction design, photography, and film.
More than 850 students have participated in 100 Designmatters projects, from designing low-cost furniture to addressing water poverty—and have seen their work implemented roughly 80 percent of the time.
We want to provide faculty, students, alumni and partners with the tools and aspiration to shape the future for a more sustainable and equitable world.
The Blum Center is an interdisciplinary "action tank" where University of California - Berkeley students design, pilot, and scale innovations for the global good.
Project H incorporates hands-on design/build skills into the public school curriculum for grades 6-12.
Public Lab is a nonprofit teaching inexpensive DIY techniques that let communities investigate and address environmental problems.