Graphic Design Records History, Our Social Conscience

Graphic Design Records History

Graphic design records history. Design finds inspiration from the social, economical, physical and spiritual events occurring in the different countries and the cultures from around the world.

Our Role

As designers, we have an obligation to our clients to produce professional design work that communicates their message clearly, concisely and directly to their target audience.

Graphic design is influenced by what is happening in society. We draw inspiration and creativity from the world around us. Through the decades, design has reflected through printed media social milestones and recorded social opinions and movements. Today. it is too easy to live in our own personal bubble and not realize the bigger picture.

Social Responsibility

“Design is a problem-solving process and the world today  has so many problems.”

Shel Perkins

Since the economic downturn 7 years ago, Ireland has been hit with so many social crises, which have dramatically changed society. Then, came the emergence of social media, which meant we became more self-absorbed and motivated by personal gain. The financial drop caused by the economic downturn  hit families and the poorer in society the hardest. This had detrimental effects on health particularly mental health.

The posters below show how graphic design through the years has visually highlighted society’s struggles and changes, good and bad through powerful images and typography.

As designers, we have the privilege of meeting and working with different professionals every day. We love creating effective designs to communicate our client’s core value and what they do.

Graphic designers feel  it is rewarding to work with highlighting important cause. We feel we have personally benefited from using our professional design skills every day. We hope graphic designers will continue to use their unique talents in communicating ideas, messages and vision worldwide.

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