If the last year has taught us anything, it’s that we owe it to each other to show — and share — our humanity. Our motivation to work towards the greater good neither is nor should be something that only exists outside our work lives.
Since June 2020, Viget has provided thousands of hours of pro bono services to organizations committed to social justice and combatting structural racism. These projects have generated compassionate, productive partnerships both for Viget and our pro bono clients, exposing all of us to new ideas and ways of working together with purpose and intention.
Our most recently completed project was a brand strategy engagement with North Carolina-based nonprofit Prison Books Collective. This was a unique opportunity to help define the identity of an organization that occupies the space between the worlds inside and outside prison walls.
We're Entering the Age of Corporate Social Justice
by Lily Zheng via Harvard Business Review
The author describes a new model — Corporate Social Justice — that imagines a healthier and mutually beneficial relationship between companies and the communities they interact with.
What We’re Up To
We transitioned Alarm.com onto its first-ever CMS with a redesigned information architecture that accommodates all of their global content.
User Experience Researcher Jasmine Stammes highlights the 5 organizations we had the privilege of working with last year through our pro bono initiative.
Zach Robbins, Business Development Director, discusses what differentiates successes from failures when building a corporate innovation lab.
We're now accepting applications to our Fall 2021 Apprenticeship cohort! The deadline to apply is Wednesday, July 28th.
We’re currently hiring in all four of our locations. For some positions, we'll consider permanently remote team members. We would love to hear from you!