Carly Clark, graduate of the Design Management program at Pratt, recently had her work featured in GOOD Magazine. Carly is a graphic designer who helps non-profits and small businesses achieve their business goals through effective use of strategic design. She specializes in design products for the urban planning industry.
Carly is currently the creative director for the Livable Streets Initiative (www.livablestreets.org), a division of an open-source software development firm, The Open Planning Project (www.theopenplanningproject.org). The Livable Streets Initiative works to make our city streets safer, cleaner and more fun, while reducing our dependence on cars. It operates as a place where people can network, connect, and organize with like-minded people.
For the April 7th piece in GOOD Magazine, titled: The Street of the Future is a Livable Street, Carly worked with the editor of Livable Streets Initiative’s blog, Aaron Naparstek to put together the spread using a rendering she had made. Aaron wrote the text. And the design team at GOOD turned the article into the interactive graphic.
Prior to joining Livable Streets, Carly was the Art Director at Project for Public Spaces (www.pps.org), which helps communities around the world transform their towns into thriving economic and social centers. In addition to her Master’s in Design Management, Carly earned her undergraduate degree in architecture from Wellesley College.
When Carly isn’t working to improve our urban environment, she’s busy obsessing about the home environment on her blog, Mochi Home (www.mochihome.com). Mochi Home is a website that creatively gives viewers free and useful decorating tips by using visual renderings to save consumers money and time.