GD USA Health + Wellness Design Awards 2014
GDUSA’s Health + Wellness Design Awards™ competition honors first-rate graphic communication in this fast-growing and high-profile segment of the economy. The inaugural winners showcase features 100 projects for traditional and non-traditional healers. Rule29 was honored in this competition for our YouFit video, “What’s Your Fit?”, which coincided with the company’s national ad campaign. You can see more from the “What’s Your Fit?” campaign here!
Phoenix Design Week
Justin spoke about Design for Good at Phoenix Design Week (October 17-24). The weekend Method + Madness conference brings internationally-recognized keynote speakers alongside local design authorities as part of an enlightening week celebrating all aspects of design.
HOW Interactive Design Conference
On October 21, 2014, Justin spoke at the HOW Interactive Design Conference in Chicago. His talk focused on finding the art of wonder through film, story and design. During the talk he gave suggestions on how to bring a little wonder, mystery and story into both your life and work, and learn how that one little change can shift the way you view each day. Come check out the conference and learn more!
When Logos Are Used (And Misused)
On September 25, 2014, Justin joined ranks with some of the best creative thinkers in the business at the Brand New Conference in Chicago. Justin’s 15 minute talk focused on the hidden positives of a company or organization misusing (or creatively using) their strategically designed logo to demonstrate their pride.
Rule29 featured in Graphic Design USA
Rule29 was featured in Graphic Design USA for some of our work to create positive change through sustainability and collaboration with social causes. Justin was quoted in saying our efforts are not part of a initiative, but rather a natural day to day part of our culture and work. Wheels4Water was also featured as a tangible way Rule29 partners with other organizations hoping to create lasting positive change through raising funds and awareness for water sanitation problems in developing nations around the world.