At Sonja Meyer – Sustainable Graphic Design Studio we have a business policy/philosophy on spending 10% of time or funds giving back to communities in need.
So far this year we have worked on logo design and branding for two organisations. The first was a new social connection platform for people with disabilities – ‘SociAbility’ – and the second was E.C.H.O CAMBODIA which stands for: Educational Conservational Housing Opportunities.
In our last post Caitlin Jordan talked about why food waste is one of the biggest sustainability issues of our time and shared 5 easy ways for reducing your food waste and carbon footprint. In this post we’d like to introduce 3 amazing not-for-profit organisations that are working in this space. 1. OUR PERSONAL FAVOURITE […]
Food waste is one of the biggest sustainability issues of our time. Caitlin Jordan tells us why and what we can do about it. For my first blog post since starting in my new role as project manager & admin assistant, I wanted to open with a topic I’ve been thinking a lot about lately – food […]
Many of us dream of being set free by our work. By finding a profession that we love. To do something we’re excited about everyday. And most of all, to have the flexibility of a job that you can do anywhere. But once you’re there, is it actually possible to achieve the balance needed to make […]
I’ve decided to try and do a monthly post about inspirational people and organisations whom are working to create positive social and environmental change and global economic security. These people deserve to be spotlighted, because they have purposefully gone out of their way to selflessly craft something that is real in this world, something that […]
Over the past 6 months since being away from Australia I’ve taken countless busses, trains, cars, boats and aeroplanes to get from A to B. I have always tried to keep my travel footprint light, taking measures not to disturb nature, always properly disposing of rubbish, never taking more than I need with me, and […]
Here are 3 of the boldest and most interesting TED talks on achieving sustainability with design thinking. This is the type of visionary thinking that creates change in the world. Each speaker reminds us of the role we play as humans, and how we can make moral decisions for the future of humanity and the […]
I often find myself suffering from a guilty conscience when making day to day decisions about the purchase of food and other products. The (relatively modest) amount of knowledge I’ve gained over the last few years on my quest to understand what’s happening to our world has resulted in the realisation that there are many […]