Good, but not common.
We care deeply about the craft of design—the visual and verbal tools; the joyful creative exploration and painstaking attention to detail; and the close client collaboration that underpins smart, compelling, empathetic design.
Since 1982, Landesberg Design has focused on the craft of communication design coupled with a conviction that design is a powerful tool for good. Our governing thought, Design for the Common Good, captures our desire to assist individuals and institutions whose work makes a positive impact on our world: schools, foundations, community-building institutions, and arts/cultural organizations.
Our approach encompasses thoughtful listening, dynamic ideas, endless curiosity, and a devotion to creative storytelling. We don’t ascribe to a one-size-fits-all approach. We’re collaborators who build great working relationships based on shared values, mutual respect, and trust.
The Atlantic Philanthropies
Claude Worthington Benedum Foundation
Edna McConnell Clark Foundation
The Heinz Endowments
The Hillman Foundation
National Fish and Wildlife Foundation
The Pittsburgh Foundation
Robert Wood Johnson Foundation
The Rockefeller Foundation
United Nations Foundation
Carnegie Mellon University
Case Western Reserve University
Georgia Institute of Technology
Texas Tech University
University of Massachusetts Amherst
University of Pennsylvania
University of Pittsburgh
Allegheny Trail Alliance
August Wilson House
Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh
Carnegie Museums of Pittsburgh
Children’s Museum of Pittsburgh
The Kenyon Review
University of Pittsburgh Press