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About the ShowOnward Radio is dedicated to discussing and promoting socially conscious design. Hosts Eric Benson and Yvette Perullo dissect the intersection of social, sustainable and service design with experts from across the globe in around 25 -35 minutes – your commute to work or home. Onward Radio features news, interviews, and tutorials on a more responsible design practice. We hope to help weave responsible design principles into the creative practice starting today and onward. About Re-nourishRe-nourish is a 501(c)3 dedicated to advocating awareness and action for sustainable systems thinking in the communication design community. Re-nourish believes that 'good design' values people, the environment, and improves lives. Instead design is currently on an unsustainable path centered on over consumption, waste, and ignoring the natural systems around us. Re-nourish aims to help the practicing communication designer, educator and student make positive greener and pragmatic design decisions. Our tools and resources are created to be straightforward and implementable now. Our case studies, articles and blog provide inspiration and knowledge to help designers implement more sustainable strategies.

Latest Episodes

Marc O'Brien

From punk rock posters, to websites to designing for social good, Marc O’Brien sits down with Eric to discuss how there is no “right” path to a good design career and his latest work - Secret Project, the Social Good Guides, and ‘Hey What’s Good In?’.

39 min2015 JUN 25
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Pamela Napier

Pamela Napier sits down with Eric to share the story of her metamorphosis from hamburger advertiser to design educator and Jed Knight of participatory design. She also dissects why collaborative design is the best way to create and parses through the nuances of designing sustainably and sustainable design.

37 min2015 JUN 16
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Pamela Napier

Neva Murtha

Neva Murtha joins Eric to discuss her work at the environmental non-for-profit Canopy, the state of the paper industry, and what designers and citizens alike can do to save old growth forests by choosing post-consumer waste and crop residue papers.

24 min2015 JUN 9
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Neva Murtha

Liz Ogbu

What does it mean to "design opportunities for impact"? Designer, educator, and urbanist Liz Ogbu sits down with Eric to explain her work at Studio O and provide a practical list of best practices for you to design for social impact in a community.

34 min2015 MAY 26
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Liz Ogbu

Andrew Shea

Andrew Shea joins Eric from New York to discuss how his background in philosophy and politics led him to a career as a designer, author, and educator making positive social impact and inspiring others. Andrew is the author of the book "Designing for Social Change," runs the studio MANY, and teaches at Pratt and Parsons.

37 min2015 MAY 12
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Andrew Shea
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Latest Episodes

Marc O'Brien

From punk rock posters, to websites to designing for social good, Marc O’Brien sits down with Eric to discuss how there is no “right” path to a good design career and his latest work - Secret Project, the Social Good Guides, and ‘Hey What’s Good In?’.

39 min2015 JUN 25
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Marc O'Brien

Pamela Napier

Pamela Napier sits down with Eric to share the story of her metamorphosis from hamburger advertiser to design educator and Jed Knight of participatory design. She also dissects why collaborative design is the best way to create and parses through the nuances of designing sustainably and sustainable design.

37 min2015 JUN 16
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Pamela Napier

Neva Murtha

Neva Murtha joins Eric to discuss her work at the environmental non-for-profit Canopy, the state of the paper industry, and what designers and citizens alike can do to save old growth forests by choosing post-consumer waste and crop residue papers.

24 min2015 JUN 9
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Neva Murtha

Liz Ogbu

What does it mean to "design opportunities for impact"? Designer, educator, and urbanist Liz Ogbu sits down with Eric to explain her work at Studio O and provide a practical list of best practices for you to design for social impact in a community.

34 min2015 MAY 26
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Liz Ogbu

Andrew Shea

Andrew Shea joins Eric from New York to discuss how his background in philosophy and politics led him to a career as a designer, author, and educator making positive social impact and inspiring others. Andrew is the author of the book "Designing for Social Change," runs the studio MANY, and teaches at Pratt and Parsons.

37 min2015 MAY 12
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Andrew Shea
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