Community-Accountable Design


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And Also Too’s 3 lens graphics are arranged so that they partially overlap. The lenses are gauzy dark teal blobs against a light beige background. The center, where the 3 lenses overlap, is labelled “safety, consent, and care”

Safety, consent, and care

Frequently Asked Questions

About the co-design process

How do you assess whether a project is a good fit for And Also Too?

As a community-accountable design studio, the first question we ask is whether there is a community to be accountable to for this project.

We also ask ourselves if:

  • The organization feels aligned with our values;
  • We have the skills needed to complete the work;
  • We are in a sound place emotionally to care for ourselves if the project might be triggering
  • We can be proud of the job we’d be able to do within the given time and budget.