Tags: Graphic design, Beacon projects
By: Dani Vachon // Posted on: 07-07-2023
In the world of graphic design, there are projects that not only showcase creative brilliance but also leave a lasting impact on the designer’s heart. Jazmin Rodriguez (Jaz), our talented lead graphic designer, had the opportunity to work on one such project close to her heart, and here she takes the spotlight to discuss her experience.
Jaz’s favourite project is “Kinship Heals,” which we worked on for The Northeast Native Network of Kinship and Healing. For Jaz, the Kinship Heals project was more than another design endeavour. It was an opportunity to contribute to a cause she deeply believed in and support other women in need. Jazmin was grateful for the chance to use her skills in graphic design to make a positive impact on the lives of others.
Watch the video as Jaz dives deep into the creative process, the challenges faced, and the incredible outcomes achieved.
The Northeast Native Network of Kinship and Healing works tirelessly to provide support and healing to indigenous women. They are the women of the Wampanoag nation, the People of the First Light. They are on a journey to end domestic violence, sexual assault, stalking, and sex trafficking in their communities. You can learn more about their services here.
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