OccupyDesign.org succeeds with the contribution and enthusiasm of a great number of people but the following organizations deserve additional acknowledgement for their support and encouragement.
Good (good.is), a magazine that seeks to promote justice and a re-evaluation of â€œwhat worksâ€ for all, have promoted OccupyDesign and are holding a contest to help generate designs.
Hub Bay Area (bayarea.the-hub.net/public), which facilitates collaborative interaction, donated space for the hackathon event at which OccupyDesign was initiated. (They have also provided space for Icon Camp events.)
Icon Camp (iconcamp.org), a collaborative event aimed at creating public domain symbols, hosted a camp specifically for OccupyDesign icons.
The Noun Project (thenounproject.com), whose site is dedicated to the worldâ€™s visual language, contributed to the foundation of the logistical icons and designs in our collection.
OccupyTheWeb (occupyhack.com), a collaborative tech development initiative for the Occupy movement, hosted the hackathon event which launched OccupyDesign.
NYC General Council Screen Printing Guild (nycga.net/groups/screen-printing-guild), the working group at Occupy Wall Street that handles screen printing initiatives, has been instructive in extending the employment of designs on the site.
Radical Designs (radicaldesigns.org), a full service web development group focused on the needs of non-profits, provided codebase for our Github efforts.
Rainforest Action Network (ran.org), which uses hard-hitting markets campaigns to align the policies of multinational corporations with widespread public support for environmental protection, has donated space and employee attention to the OccupyDesign project in addition to codebase for our Drupal site.
Mr. & Mrs. Levitas, a man and woman who engineered the founding member of OccupyDesign, have also been generous in supporting banners employed at Zuccotti Park, the epicenter of the Occupy Wall Street movement.