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 […]
Google is innovating again, this time by introducing a new way for businesses of all shapes and sizes to raise their profile and connect with consumers on the web. Called Google Business View, the technology brings a business to life with a high quality, 360 degree, interactive virtual tour that lets consumers experience and explore […]
GDUSA’s educated, informed, but admittedly subjective selection of our favorite graphic design schools across the US.
GDUSA spotlights companies and organizations providing first-rate products and services to creative professionals.
Thought leader Debbie Millman is organizing the Vision & Leadership program for HOW Design Live 2016.
Stock imagery has been criticized as lagging behind the diversity and fluidity of 21st century society. Now most designers acknowledge that stock collections are more inclusive.
Google Business View, a state-of-the-art interactive virtual tour enables consumers to experience all sorts of facilities and explore panoramic views.
As a young girl, Shani Sandy wanted to be a fine artist. Today, Shani is the Creative Director at S&P Capital IQ, a financial data and technology firm.
Suzy Simmons founded Test Monki in 2009 after more than a decade of managing creative services on the client side for large companies like Hewlett-Packard.
ACADEMY OF ART UNIVERSITY, SAN FRANCISCO With more than 18,000 students, Academy of Art University is the largest accredited private art and design university in the nation. Founded in 1929, the school offers accredited AA, BA, BFA, B. Arch*, MA, MFA and M. Arch degree programs in 23 areas of study, as well as continuing […]
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 […]
Our 28th Annual Reader Survey, with notes about frequency, mobile and crowdsourcing, shows a market becoming more hungry and sophisticated.
Guest Post by John Clifford Today, women make up around half of the graphic design profession. This wasn’t always the case. I wrote Graphic Icons: Visionaries who Shaped Modern Graphic Design to highlight the pioneers of the field, from El Lissitzky to Stefan Sagmeister. It surprised me that so many of the historic designers I considered […]
In our last edition, GDUSA ran its annual Students To Watch feature. The students were so interesting — and so many readers have asked to learn more about the schools which have nurtured them — that we have whipped up a roundup of the institutions represented — as well as a handful of other favorites. […]