As we write this, cases of COVID-19 are increasing exponentially in many places around the world. In response, organizations, schools, and businesses are closing down their physical offices and urging staff to find ways to work from home to minimize the risk of exposure. Early this week, our team met to reflect on what we’ve […]

 

Recently, we submitted HairStory — Rooted: A Firm Foundation for the Future of Black Youth in Ontario’s Systems of Care to the So(cial) Good Design Awards for consideration.  Although we believe competitions like these have been instrumental in shining a light on design that is happening in the social impact / social justice space, we […]

 

A lot has happened since we released the Building Consentful Tech zine in 2017! The zine, which offers up a framework of what consent looks like in digital spaces, has been cited in numerous publications, used as a resource in community programs and trainings around digital safety, and has inspired a prototype of reversible consent. […]

 

Photo from a recent Feathers of Hope: Culture Identity and Belonging advisory meeting, where young people worked on co-designing a graphic novel that will educate other children and youth about their rights. Feathers of Hope is one of several community development initiatives of the Ontario Child Advocate. And Also Too is deeply disappointed by the […]

 

If you can’t make it to a session we’re presenting at the Allied Media Conference — or if you did make it but we happened to run out of handouts — fear not! Here are the resources and worksheets we’ll be sharing over the weekend: Building Consentful Tech Saturday June 16, 2018 2:00pm – 3:30pm […]

 

If you follow us on Instagram, you might have caught our #studiocare posts. We’ve been sharing the strategies we’re putting into practice to take better care of ourselves and of each other. Our latest post is about digital safety: In the face of threats to data privacy and online safety, there are steps we can […]