Because of the stigma associated with HIV/AIDS, it can be difficult for many, particularly those living with HIV/AIDS, to find trusted information that is not only up-to-date, but also accessible and affirmative in tone. Everyone can stand to improve their sexual knowledge and this resource promotes resilience and empowerment and encourages people to live their best lives.
Kyle Greenwood RGD
March 9, 2017
Areas of SpecialtyIllustration, Information Design, Signage/Wayfinding
Other CapabilitiesBook Design, Branding, Corporate Communications, Illustration, Information Design, Packaging, Publication, Signage/Wayfinding, Typography
Client SpecialtyArts & Culture, Entertainment, Government, Healthcare, Non-profit, Professional Services
Interested in FreelanceYes
Why am I an RGD?Being an RGD member allows me to connect with the design community. As a working designer and an educator in the design field I can stay on top of news, trends and relevant info that affects my daily work. RGD also provides the opportunity to broaden awareness about design principles and practices and foster mentorship amongst members.
What is my most memorable RGD moment?In 2013 I was awarded a So(cial) Good Design Award in the non profit category for my work on the "My Sex Life" resource. The following year I was asked to serve as a judge in the same category and I was proud to be a part of both processes.
Why am I a designer?I am passionate about creating bold and functional designs that provoke thought, comment and action. Through observation and a critical eye I approach each new project as an opportunity for innovation, to create practical visual solutions that are meaningful and precisely functional.
Why should you hire me?I collaborate with non profits, community organizations and arts organizations, as well as corporations and small businesses, to create materials with longevity in mind: annual reports and campaign collateral that develop awareness, sparks interest, and has a powerful impact.