Discourse – Learning from the locals stickers – Myrna Macleod and Iain Macdonald 2016

A fantastic example of how information design can adopt co-design approaches to produce designs that work and help. This project worked with local families to produce a series of stickers that help guide and inform others to live in a healthier way. The stickers included using doctor rather than witch doctors, burning rubbish and cutting the grass around their homes to avoid pests and the diseases they carry. The co-design element in this project means that its almost guaranteed to allow for literacy and local culture improving the chance of success.

images courtesy of https://www.designindaba.com/articles/creative-work/international-graphic-design-campaign-combats-malaria

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