The Dalio Center for Health Justice, a vital initiative of NewYork-Presbyterian launched in 2020, seeks to redefine health standards by directly addressing the root causes of health disparities. It stands as a robust mechanism for investing in research, education, programming, and policy advocacy, driving quantifiable improvements in health outcomes for all. With a network of projects and initiatives across NewYork-Presbyterian and its academic partners, Columbia University Vagelos College of Physicians and Surgeons and Weill Cornell Medicine, the Dalio Center leverages the collective power of these institutions to effect change. By joining forces with NYP's Board of Trustees, local community organizations, and government agencies, the Dalio Center is making strides towards eradicating the health disparities that threaten our communities.
Our work together
Bureau for Good partnered with the Dalio Center for Health Justice to design both their print and digital annual reports. Our approach was to create a digital annual report in the form of a microsite that parallels the traditional print report, but with an added layer of interactivity and dynamism. This strategic approach not only ensured a seamless user experience across both formats but also allowed us to echo the Dalio Center's commitment to health justice. In this collaboration, Bureau for Good breathed life into their mission, showcasing how intentional design can powerfully convey an organization's vision and impact.