Tag: Humantific Wins!


Measure of America wins IIID Award

Humantific is honored to receive the International Institute of Information Design Award 2011! The Measure of America Series was selected as the overall category winner in the area of Social Affairs. This project has helped policymakers shape crucial policy and fiscal decisions, and we are extremely proud of the positive, tangible impact this project has had on communities across the nation. We thank our brilliant Measure of America authors Sarah Burd-Sharps and Kristen Lewis and their team, and congratulations to the Humantific team!

See our work on the IIID Award Website


Globalist’s Favorite Book

The Measure of America has been selected by the Globalist as its favorite book of 2008. An online publication that focuses on globalization and its influence on the global economy, politics, and culture, the Globalist produces an annual list of the top 10 most important books related to these issues. For 2008, The Measure of America: American Human Development Report 2008–2009 was chosen as #1.

The American Human Development Project‘s mission is to stimulate evidence-based public debate about and political attention to human development issues in the United States and to empower people to hold elected officials accountable for progress on issues we all care about: Health, Education and Income. The report became an important benchmark in the realm of Social SenseMaking.