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.
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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 “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.