Designing for Social Change started as a series of conversations with fellow graphic designers about how to improve the way we collaborate with communities to address complex social problem. Those conversations have continued at various events, including the ones featured here. Contact Andrew to learn about upcoming events or invite him to your event, school, or conference.


Purchase from Princeton Architectural Press
and through all major book vendors, including Amazon.

Purchase books for your class by contacting Nicole Ojeda at Chronical Books.

Book Launch Party at MTWTF


Friday, May 4
7–9 PM


Thanks for joining us for a packed party that celebrated the release of Designing for Social Change. The busy night was sponsored by Design Trust for Public Space, The Center for Urban Pedagogy (CUP), and MTWTF (host of the event), all of whom have projects featured in the book. Greenpoint-based Eat Cafe provided delicious food created from locally-sourced ingredients.






CUP eat


Book Launch at Parsons


Parsons The New School for Design
Thursday, April 19
7–9 PM


Designing for Social Change was officially launched at Parsons The New School for Design. A full house listened to talks by book contributors Christine Gaspar (The Center for Urban Pedagogy), Jerome Chou (Design Trust for Public Space), Robin Mooty (co-founder of Pecans!), Glen Cummings (MTWTF), and myself. Thanks to all who came out and showed their support!