AIGA Houston is a proud collaborator of AIGA Unidos' first-ever event series, Hispanic Heritage Talks. This series of virtual talks will occur during Hispanic Heritage Month, and features Latinx and Hispanic creatives from different backgrounds and disciplines.
Join us on Wednesday, October 7, for Designing for the World's Most Vulnerable Children, as we talk with Matías Delfino, Global Brand Lead Designer at UNICEF (United Nations Children's Fund). Delfino shares his insights on social design as a strategic tool to support UNICEF’s mission of driving positive change for every child.
About the Creative
Matías Delfino is a graphic designer and a passionate advocate of design for social impact. He believes in the power of design to create a positive change in every corner of the world. Originally from Buenos Aires (Argentina), Delfino is a creative based in New York and has been a United Nations international civil servant since 2000. He is currently working as a Lead Brand Designer at UNICEF and previously served the United Nations in-house Graphic Design Unit in New York Headquarters for more than a decade. Our designs are translated into different languages and need to be equally understood by a diverse audience in more than 190 countries and territories to create a positive impact.
Donations at https://www.unicefusa.org
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