A Brief History of Design

When something newsworthy happens at MSDS, our team of scribes get to work and commit it to the history books for future generations.

MSDS Founder, Matthew Schwartz will participate as a speaker in New York University's guest panel for "Innovations in Marketing: Leading Digital Campaigns," on September 27th. The lecture is part of NYU Steinhardt's undergraduate program in Science,...

After 13 years of building out our dedicated practice area supporting nonprofits and social innovation businesses, MSDS is proud to announce that on September 25, 2012, our trademark request for "Cause-Driven Design" has been granted by the US...

The W3 Awards announced their winners for the 2012 Annual Interactive Design Competition, and MSDS is proud to have 2 of our clients' work selected for Silver Awards 

Our partnership with Columbia University and the New York Board...

We're honored that leading industry organization, The Nonprofit Technology Network (NTEN) has included MSDS's writing on deata visualization again this time featuring MSDS Founder and Chief Strategist, Matt Schwartz's recent article The 3 Keys to Designing More Effective Data...

We're pleased to announce that The Nonprofit Technology Network (NTEN) is featuring MSDS Senior Producer Paul Chamberlain's popular Insights 2-part series, 6 Great Data Visualization Tools, highlighting the pros and cons of 5 popular DataViz platforms, and what to keep...

The winners of the 2012 Winter American Design Awards were announced today, and MSDS's work for energy policy nonprofit, Securing America's Future Energy has been awarded 2nd place in the brochure/report design category. Congestion in America, is a data...

We're extremely pleased to announce that MSDS has been selected by Lark Technologies to design Lark's new website. Named one of the Top 10 Most Inovative Consumer Electronics Companies by Fast Company, Lark Technologies improves what matters most...

MSDS has been hard at work on Who's on the Ballot; a Columbia University School of International and Public Affairs (SIPA) project, and we're extremely proud to announce the new website, designed for desktop and mobile devices, has gone live...

We're pleased to announce that Columbia University's School of International and Public Affairs (SIPA) has selected MSDS as their web development partner to build their new website design. Continuing our growth in our nonprofit & education practice, SIPA's...

The Council for Advancement and Support of Education announced the winners of their prestigious 2012 Circle of Excellence Awards, and we're extremely proud to announce that MSDS's design for Columbia University's Giving Shapes Our World donor website was bestowed a...

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