Posts Tagged ‘Adobe Youth Voices’

Worldstudio welcomes three new corporate partners to Design Ignites Change

Wednesday, March 31st, 2010

BAND-AID® Brand, Clear Channel Outdoor and Sappi Fine Paper North America recently joined forces with Worldstudio and Adobe Youth Voices to support Design Ignites Change in a common and collaborative mission to engage high school and college students in creating solutions to pressing social issues in their own communities.


San Francisco Mayor Gavin Newsom honors
The Urban Forest Project

Monday, February 1st, 2010

After a week of rain, the sunny Saturday afternoon of January 23rd brought together a diverse group of designers, artists, high school students and business and civic leaders, along with residents from the Bayview community in San Francisco to celebrate the environment, education and public arts. The event, at the Bayview Opera House, was a sneak preview for The Urban Forest Project San Francisco, an exciting environmental, public arts and educational initiative being launched in celebration of Earth Day this year. Ed Reiskin, Director of the Department of Public Works, presented a proclamation for the project on behalf of Mayor Gavin Newsom.


Worldstudio launches Design Ignites Change

Thursday, March 5th, 2009

Worldstudio, together with the Adobe Foundation’s signature program Adobe Youth Voices, today launched Design Ignites Change, a program that encourages talented high school and college students to use the power of design to address social issues in their local communities through substantive public projects. Supporting and media partners include: AIGA, the professional association for design; Citizen Scholar; Cooper-Hewitt, National Design Museum; Core 77; Design Observer; Frog Design; Graphic Design USA; Williams & House.


Design Ignites Change empowers students

Tuesday, October 7th, 2008

Worldstudio is proud to announce a new initiative, Design Ignites Change, a collaboration between Adobe Youth Voices and Worldstudio.

The annual program promotes and encourages talented high school and college students across the country to use design thinking and innovation to create solutions to, and messages, for pressing social problems.