By Egotist / / In the the wake of Trump’s threats to repeal ACA and deport immigrants, The SF Health Network—all the city’s public hospitals & community health clinics turned to social innovation firm Daylight Design to help relieve the rising angst and uncertainty amongst its immigrants and uninsured. Daylight looked into the biggest worries and fears San Francisco’s homeless and working poor have about their healthcare; and helped improve the patient experience through visuals and language that make it easier to navigate the city’s healthcare system and understand how to get the help they need. The result is a city-wide campaign that reaffirms San Francisco’s commitment to provide healthcare for ALL residents—regardless of immigration status or lack of insurance.
Helen Babalis / “What I learned this year” by Chris Cummings, Chief Strategy Officer at BSSP.
Mr. Cummings paid homage to the most important thing, empathy. If, as humans, we cannot even try to walk in someone else's shoes, we will surely...[Read More]
Chip Sheean / Demonstrate Expands its Capabilities with Addition of Tennyson Wilson
Demonstrating some genius. Tennyson is the real deal! Congrats and looking forward to what's next!...[Read More]
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Man, this really hit home for me. I have a full-time agency job, but in the past 6 months I've been feeling around for something different. Gett...[Read More]
Kathy / Mercedes-Benz 2020 4MATIC “Plushie”
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I don't know. The idea of "reconnecting for the holidays" makes sense from Xfinity - and can you imagine a better reconnection than 37 years aft...[Read More]