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Design Changemakers is officially live!

Published 3 months ago • 1 min read

Digest #4

Design Changemakers is live!

November 22, 2023 | Read in your browser

After many months of development, Design Changemakers has at last arrived! I'm so excited to bring you an ever-growing collection of courses, tools, resources and events on designing for positive change.

On this platform, you'll find:

  • Courses: We're starting with our Design Changemaking Accelerator that will equip you with
  • Tools: Digital card decks built around our changemaking frameworks that will enable you to move from theory to action
  • Events: One-off workshops and live events to help you build your skills and knowledge
  • Resource Library: A wide, curated selection of resources on that will grow over time

I'm hoping this platform can help you take meaningful steps forward through learning anchored in critical reflection, interconnectedness and community.

An exclusive discount for you!

To celebrate the launch (which happens to coincide with Black Friday and my birthday today!), I'm excited to offer you 40% off all of the tools.

Use the code BLACKFRIDAY23 at checkout.

What's next

In the coming week, you'll hear more about our tools, accelerator program and different resources.

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Cheers,
Sandra By Design

Who am I? I'm Sandra Camacho (she/her), an independent inclusive & equitable design strategist and educator working under the alias Sandra By Design. I'm also the founder of Design Changemakers and the Inclusive Design Jam.

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