Posts Tagged “Parsons”

Jessica Weber’s Fall 2017 Designing for Non-Profits Class at Parsons to Rebrand West Side Campaign Against Hunger

Posted on August 31st, 2017 by jwdnyc

This Fall, Jessica Weber’s Designing for Non-Profits class at Parsons School of Design will be rebranding West Side Campaign Against Hunger. WSCAH is a community-based emergency food program and social service agency. Through a customer-cooperative, supermarket style food pantry, WSCAH alleviates hunger and creates a culture that promotes self-reliance and works for change. WSCAH changes our perception of hungry people by working in partnership with them, providing food with dignity, and empowering customers to find solutions.

Another Successful Semester of Designing for Non-Profits at Parsons School of Design

Posted on May 30th, 2017 by jwdnyc

Last week, Jessica’s Spring class presented to the client, Bottomless Closet, for her course, “Design for Non-Profits” at Parsons School of Design. Her students worked on a real potential rebranding campaign for this important organization that works to reduce the barriers many women face in the search for employment. Bottomless Closet also provides on-going support and education so women gain the tools to succeed in their professional lives.

Jessica Weber’s Spring 2017 Designing for Non-Profits Class at Parsons Visits JWD

Posted on March 31st, 2017 by jwdnyc

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Jessica Weber’s “Designing for Non-Profits” class at Parsons School of Design visited the office to gain insight into the operations of a design firm. Here, Tyler Bush, Creative Director, lectures about non-profit branding, communication design, and how to successfully project manage and collaborate with clients.