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    For their 2011 holiday card, GES wanted to give back. I produced this card with the help of Emily, a severely autistic student at the John F. Mil… Read More
    For their 2011 holiday card, GES wanted to give back. I produced this card with the help of Emily, a severely autistic student at the John F. Miller Special School in Las Vegas. She designed the snowflake on the front of the card, which I then adapted to the die cut seen here, using an iPad app. Touch devices are a fantastic way for the developmentally challenged to interact with our world. The card directed recipients to a time-lapse video my colleagues and I made of GES employees decorating the school's multi-purpose room for the holiday season (watch it all the way through for a special guest appearance). Each view of the video contributed to a donation of iPads and iTunes gift cards to the school. GES donated 14 iPads and gift cards as a result of this campaign. Read Less
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