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Presented by Yvette Perullo, Re-nourish, with Gage Mitchell, Modern Species.
Originally aired in September 2012.
Yvette Perullo and Gage Mitchell introduce Rebourish, an online tool advocating awareness & action for sustainability among designers.
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Re-nourish is an online tool advocating awareness & action for sustainability in the visual communication design community. Their central theses is that ‘good design’ values people, the environment, and improves lives.
During this one hour webinar Re-nourish co-founder Yvette Perullo will present how practicing communication designers can make positive, greener and pragmatic design decisions and how your communication design practice can apply to the Re-nourish Sustainable Standards for inclusion in their directory. She will share with you the tools she has developed at Re-nourish that will empower you to implement sustainable design into your everyday practice. Special guest Gage Mitchell, Creative Director of the sustainable design studio Modern Species will also be joining the discussion. Finally, there will be an open Q&A during which you will be invited to ask questions of Yvette and Gage.
About the Presenter:
Yvette Perullo is currently researching and teaching foundation design courses at Purdue University. She is working towards her ultimate goal of teaching sustainable design at the college level—helping to integrate sustainable systems thinking into the foundation of visual communication design education. Prior to attending Purdue University, Yvette worked as the Art Director for Sage Systems in Boston, MA for the last seven years. She earned a master’s degree in Graphic Design from the New England School of Art & Design at Suffolk University in Boston where her graduate thesis focused on developing tools and resources to encourage sustainable design practices.
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