Matthew Manos is the Founder and Managing Director of verynice, a design strategy consultancy that gives half of its work away for free to nonprofit organizations. verynice’s clientele includes Google, UNICEF, Mozilla, Kaiser Permanente, the City of Los Angeles, Disney Imagineering, NASA, and the American Heart Association. As one of the first examples of social enterprise in the design industry, verynice’s projects have created impact across a wide range of sectors and industries including education, the arts, healthcare, human rights, environmental sustainability, animal welfare, and economic development. Since 2008, verynice has also been able to gift thousands of organizations and practitioners with access to open-source resources and pro-bono services worth over $10,000,000 USD. verynice’s work has been recognized by top design publications and associations including HOW Magazine, The Dieline, Gestalten, Core77, AIGA, the Art Director’s Club, and Under Consideration. verynice was proud to have been nominated for the 2017 Cooper Hewitt, Smithsonian Design Museum’s National Design Awards, a nationwide awards program honoring excellence, innovation, and lasting achievement in American design.