UX for Good leverages the discipline and top practitioners of user experience design to help solve pressing, complex social challenges.

  • Victor Chan, Founding Director, Dalai Lama Center

    To me, it is the beginning of a process that I think will make some significant change in the way we look at education and learning.

    - Victor Chan, Founding Director, Dalai Lama Center
  • Marie-Claire Dean, Lead Product Designer, Atlassian

    If we can find a way to do this, it will be a huge benefit for people all over the world.

    - Marie-Claire Dean, Lead Product Designer, Atlassian
  • Ryan Freitas, Co-Founder/Sr. Director of Product, About.Me

    Most of the time you write a check or something else like that. But if you can actually use your skills, the things you love doing, and have an impact? That’s a no-brainer.

    - Ryan Freitas, Co-Founder/Sr. Director of Product, About.Me
  • Jason Kunesh, Director, Obama for America

    We came together as a team in a way that I haven’t experienced anywhere else.

    - Jason Kunesh, Director, Obama for America
  • Stephanie Pace Marshall, Founding President, Illinois Math & Science Academy

    I believe design can help people think differently about how to make the world a more just, a more fair, a more equitable, and a more sustainable place.

    - Stephanie Pace Marshall, Founding President, Illinois Math & Science Academy
  • Bruce Mau, Founder, Massive Change Network

    People often say to me, “You’re defining design in a whole different way. We don’t think of design that way.” I think that’s happening here. People are thinking about the capacity that they have being much more importantly and more generally applied. They have a capacity to solve problems.

    - Bruce Mau, Founder, Massive Change Network
  • Marianne Prins, Van Horne Elementary School

    I just witnessed an absolute explosion of ideas.

    - Marianne Prins, Van Horne Elementary School
  • Patrick DiMichele, Director, Manifest Digital

    I’ve been aware of UX for Good for several years now, and every year it seems as if the audacity of what they’re trying to do is bigger.

    - Patrick DiMichele, Director, Manifest Digital