Green Design: You have to mean it
Rule29 was featured as 1 of 11 firms in the 2013 Graphic Design USA Green Design Issue. We are honored to be listed with other firms who, as GD:USA says, “exemplifies the ethic of sustainability” – in terms of process or production or expertise in communicating an authentic green message, or all of the above.
Sustainability continues to exert a powerful impact in design decisions. A vast majority of designers say that sustainability is an important factor in their design assignments and solutions. And the meaning of sustainability continues to evolve. See Rule29’s profile and the other firms highlighted.
The Davey Awards celebrates creativity by recognizing work from small agencies. Rule29 was recognized in: 2013
Rule29 judging a book by it’s cover
Justin Ahrens was one of the judges and presenters at the ECPA’s PUBu – October 22, 2013. He joined Jill Shimabukuro, Director of Design, University of Chicago Press and Tim Green from Faceout Studios.
Rule29 wins an AIGA (Re)think sustainability and design award
Rule29 won a judges choice award for their Konjo project done in collaboration with Life In Abundance at the 2013 AIGA (Re)Design Awards. As their site states: The AIGA (Re)design Awards competition recognizes design that challenges us to (re)think the world and our choices. It is based on our fundamental belief that through better design we can build a better a planet.
This unique design competition honors sustainable design solutions and the designers, educators and students throughout the world that use their creative influence to create a positive impact on our environment and society.
Midwest Publishing Association, Book & Media Show
Rule29 was recognized: 2013(Best of Show), 2012, 2010, 2004, 2003