Replace-the-Hate traveled to Youngstown, Ohio to host a workshop at the 13th annual UCDA Design Education Summit: “Good Design Works”. The summit spotlighted all aspects of purpose-driven graphic design that are having an influential, positive impact on the world. It celebrated designer’s ability to create meaningful social change through visual communications that celebrate, criticize, educate or advocate.
The participants at the workshop were able to craft their own messages of love and hope by experimenting with xerox transfers, antique wood type, ink and cardboard printing plates. The discussion that took place during the workshop was thought-provoking, engaging and insightful.
The University & College Designers Association (UCDA) inspires designers working in academia in North America and around the world by delivering relevant programming and benefits in a personal and thoughtful way.