How can user-centred information design help improve male life expectancy?
Men in the UK are disproportionately affected by a wide range of health conditions: cancer, circulatory diseases, alcoholism, suicide… the list goes on.
The role of information
In response to this situation, the Men’s Health Forum (MHF) – a charity working to improving the health and wellbeing of men – initiated a project to explore the role that targeted information provision plays in driving this statistic.
How can we inspire creatives to build sustainability into their design practices?
As another crop of graduates are set to become the creative community’s newest employees—Collaborative Change has been working with the cream of up-and-coming talent as part of D&AD’s annual Graduate Academy programme.
With ethical and sustainable design principles joining a marker pen and creativity as essential parts of a creative’s toolbox, we were asked to deliver our ‘Design A Difference’ course to jolt the Grads out of their creative comfort zones.
In partnership with the University of Chester we are searching for a third-sector organisation to collaborate with up-and-coming creative talent on an exciting new behaviour change initiative.
The ‘Change the World’ project is designed to help a charity, social enterprise or community interest company benefit from a pro bono collaboration with advertising students. In return the partner organisation provides a brief for them to work on and experience of a live industry project.