Acumen Fund published in Sustainable Design books!

My first (re)post of what I hope to be many to come is to share some great news with you. I am proud to announce that the brochure that I designed for Acumen Fund has been selected for inclusion two first-of-their-kind books. 

The first is entitled Designing for the Greater Good. This prestigious publication offers readers insights into leading non-profit branding campaigns through 24 case studies and features hundreds of illustrated examples of the best nonprofit and cause-related design worldwide. The brochure was selected for inclusion from thousands of entries. 

The book seeks to be a comprehensive resource for designers, creative professionals, marketers, corporate communications departments and nonprofit leaders, this book showcases work from a variety of sectors including Family and Community, Animal Causes, Health, Human Rights, Environmental Awareness, Spirituality, and the Arts. The 24 case studies feature interviews with the designers for such campaigns as the Avon Walk for Breast Cancer, The Hurricane Katrina Poster Project and Get London Reading. 


The second book is called The Big Book of Green Design, which focusses on the specific techniques and methods that graphic designers worldwide are utilising to make their business a more earth-friendly one. The book showcases over 450 examples of marketing and collateral materials produced using environmentally favorable methods.

When paying clients need a more environmentally conscious image, they turn to designers for cost-effective solutions. The results are often surprising, innovative, and new, and The Big Book of Green Design features the best of these earth-friendly designs. 

I designed the Acumen Fund Brochure while working with MSDS in New York, who are also proud to be included in these publications! 

View and buy Designing for the Greater Good here and The Big Book of Green Design here.