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New UFC Identity In Your Face

Hollywood-based Troika designs a new in-your-face identity for UFC including portrayal of the martial arts fighters as larger-than-life.


Loyalkaspar and Peabody Walk The Red Carpet

To raise awareness of the Peabody organization and its prestigious awards, loyalkaspar developed a comprehensive branding and identity program, as well as transforming the pinnacle event into a red carpet moment


Courtney Sabo

Courtney Sabo is a senior at Drexel University College of Media Arts and Design.


Patchara Charoensiri

Patchara Charoensiri grew up in Bangkok. His major in high school was mathematics and he wasn't good at it at all.


Toby Southgate

Toby Southgate has been part of the Brand Union leadership teams in Europe, the Middle East, and North America.


Rob Adams

Since earning his BA at Rutgers, Rob Adams has spent 20+ years creating award-winning campaigns including advertising, direct marketing, promotions, identity and branding for B2B and B2C.


Rinat Aruh

Rinat Aruh is the co-founder of aruliden, a progressive brand strategy and design agency that bridges the gap between marketing and design through their process of producting.


Jim Read

As the Creative Director for Pearl, Jim Read leads and manages the creative direction and manages client projects from concept through completion while supervising and inspiring the creative team.


Jill Yoe Graves

Jill was brought on as Director of Experience Design at TBWA's New York office to aide the build-out of the agency's evolving digital practice.


Hilary Lentini

Drawing on over 20 years of experience in the advertising and creative services industries, Hilary Lentini possesses both a creative flair and solid business acumen.


David Schwarz

David Schwarz is an award-winning creative leader and founding partner of HUSH, a design agency.


Bob Calvano

Bob Calvano leads visual and user experience design for A+E's portfolio of properties including A&E, Lifetime, HISTORY, LMN, FYI, and HISTORY 2.


Barbara Kosoff

Barbara Kosoff lives and works in Santa Monica, California specializing in communication, branding and collateral as well as mixed-media illustration.


Green Design 2014

Sponsored By Rolland Sustainability continues to exert a powerful impact in design decisions. In our June 2014 Print Design survey, roughly eight-in-ten GDUSA readers specify eco-friendly papers sometimes, and more than a nine-in-ten say that sustainability is a factor in their design assignments and solutions. At one time, designers identified “green” with the specific attributes...


28th Annual Stock Visual Survey

Our 28th Annual Reader Survey, with notes about frequency, mobile and crowdsourcing, shows a market becoming more hungry and sophisticated.


Technology Reveals Its Softer Side

Guest Post from Image Source By John O’Reilly We’ve entered a dramatically different relationship with technology, an age where machines talk to each other, where we’re developing new rituals and routines and where advertisers and brands tell stories about the soft benefits of hard technology. And it will change our relationship to images. Welcome to...


Boat Magazine Travels to the Heart of the City

Guest Blog Post by Image Source Interview by John O’Reilly with Boat Magazine Editor Erin Spens Design Week called Boat magazine “One of the most exciting new titles we’ve seen in a while. A brilliant concept and equally brilliant execution.” Creative Review couldn’t resist a seaworthy metaphor in its praise, “Still moving, Boat Magazine continues to be one...


5 Online Etiquette Tips to Avoid Digital Disaster

We’ve all had moments of frustration at work – some leading to hastily crafted emails or thoughtless tweets. The Creative Group has some online etiquette tips that can save you, your product or company from disaster. As the creative staffing agency notes, one flip comment in today’s digital world can go viral, quickly damaging a...


5 Tips To Landing an Internship

Guest Blog Post by The Creative Group One of the greatest challenges facing recent grads as they seek their first full-time design job is a lack of professional experience. How can you get a foot in the door with prospective employers if they seek candidates with previous experience? An internship can be an effective way...