I’m passionate about nonprofits and designing for nonprofits in equal measures. I seize every opportunity to celebrate both. In that pursuit, myself and my talented UX colleague Tim Hammond are beginning a new series highlighting the latest and greatest of nonprofit designs from around the world.

This is our very first episode and we’ve curated some truly awesome work across web, mobile apps, print collateral, and even illustrations. We’ve been pleasantly surprised to have been able to capture such impressive designs from professional designers,  studios, and even creative students from mediums as diverse as the nonprofits they serve.

We hope you’ll enjoy and help us continue to build a community of nonprofit designers by sharing some of these beautiful and impactful designs from February and March of 2016. Enjoy!

And lastly, some promising student designs for nonprofits…


Originally published by Designing for Good on @Medium. Follow Designing for Good on Twitter for more daily sparks of nonprofit design inspiration.


Brandon Granger curates @Design_for_Good and is a Senior Interaction Designer at Blackbaud for Luminate Online, Online Express, MobilePay, and other products. Brandon has been crafting user experiences for the web and mobile apps for nonprofits for 15+ years. He has a passion for user research, usability testing, high-fidelity prototyping, responsive design, mobile design, and web accessibility. Brandon graduated from the University of North Texas with an undergraduate degree in Film Studies. You can follow him at @bkgranger.

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