BASIC® HQ Hosts a 72-hour Creative Sprint for Humble Design●
Good Measure and BASIC® join San Diego creatives to help revitalize a nonprofit with a full rebrand.
This past weekend, BASIC® collaborated on a pro-bono creative sprint with Good Measure, a cause-based creative organization. Within a 72-hour window, the team helped produce and deliver a brand identity, positioning, and strategy, as well as an introductory video and full digital design and development for Humble Design, a Detroit-based nonprofit that helps families transition out of homelessness.
The agency's San Diego office hosted over 100 do-gooders, including strategists, illustrators, designers, developers, and videographers—all from different agencies and organizations from across the country, united by the promise of social change. The ask was a complete brand overhaul at each touchpoint, and for two days and three nights, the Good Measure participants worked tirelessly to enrich the brand and sustain its longevity by helping secure funds from donors and charities.
Once the 72 hours came to an end, the results spoke for themselves. The team was invigorated, the client was ecstatic, and another family was one step closer to starting anew and leaving behind homelessness for good.
Humble Design serves individuals, families, and veterans emerging from homelessness by transforming their empty houses into warm, welcoming, and uplifting homes with donated furniture and household goods.
Good Measure connects teams of volunteer creatives with nonprofits that need help. In the span of 72 hours, it revitalizes the future for cause-based organizations through branding, design, videography, and development.
BASIC® is an experience design company that thrives at the crossroads of culture and technology. Combining human intuition with systematic thinking, its work in strategy, design, and digital transformation is recognized for challenging business convention alongside the world’s most forward-thinking brands.