What’s Next in the TV World? Weighing in on the Design Justice Network
The design justice network, a coalition of designers, has a lot of similarities to the design community.
Both groups focus on creating positive design solutions to real-world problems, such as homelessness and pollution.
But design justice is not a monolith, and they have different ways of organizing around these issues.
The two organizations are both working to create better and more inclusive spaces for designers.
In addition to being a creative, tech-focused group, they both focus on education.
The design network is part of the American Association of Graphic Designers (AAGD), and the AAGD has been working to build more inclusive and diverse workplaces.
While it is still too early to tell how many designers will be joining the network, both groups have been working together since 2014, when the design network was founded.
“I think a lot has been learned in the last few years from designing solutions in the real world,” says John Lasko, who is the network’s executive director.
“There’s still a lot to learn about how we’re creating a work environment that works for everyone.”
In addition, the two organizations have a shared vision for how designers can be a part of a more diverse design community, and to build better and better design solutions in an ever-changing world.
“What we are trying to do is create an environment where we’re all working together to make things better and have better experiences,” Laska says.
“We’ve also found that there’s an incredible amount of support from the design profession, from designers themselves, from industry professionals, and from the public at large.
So, I think this has really been a fantastic way to bring together people who have a great passion for making a difference and working to solve problems in the world.”