The voting process in the United States is incredibly poorly designed. There's many reasons why we have consistently lower voter turnout rates compared to other established democracies in the world. Not only are our confusing voting policies different in each state, but we also don't make it easy for citizens to register or get to the booths. When voter turnout is low, it signifies a stifled democracy. As part of the AIGA SHINE Program's "Design for Good" initiative, I worked with a team of designers to figure out a solution to make modern voting easier and more accessible.