We’ve recently had the privilege of working with the Human Rights Campaign (HRC) to design their 2011 Annual Report “Mobilizing The Road to Equality.” We had the opportunity to utilize infographic design throughout the annual report, which is one of the many ways that beautiful information design can be applied to effectively communicate a message.
We are also proud to announce that the 2011 HRC Annual Report recently won an AIGA50 award! You can check out the other projects in their gallery, and our individual entry here. We also want to congratulate Robert Villaflor, who we worked with closely at HRC, for winning another two AIGA50 awards for his work. The AIGA50 award is a juried exhibition that showcases 50 of the strongest examples of design produced in the DC region during the past two years. Their panel of judges, experts and leaders in design, evaluate work from print, narrative, and interactive media. The winners will be recognized on April 25, 2012 in an exhibition and reception in the Atrium of the Corcoran Gallery of Art in Washington, D.C.
In this report, the HRC looked to give its members a roadmap of the signs of change and progress happening in our world, the HRC’s winning strategy in New York, and their plans for the long journey ahead with an even stronger push in 2012. The work of the HRC Foundation focuses on programs aimed at making life more livable, fair, and welcoming for LGBT people and their families. The HRC knows its members aren’t just people who hope for fairness and equality but write, call, and donate to help the HRC achieve these goals. As the HRC says, “the passion is evident, and it is inspiring.” We were thrilled to work with the HRC and wish their members the best of luck in 2012.