Jermaine Boca is completing her senior year at Drexel University and pursuing her BS in graphic design with an architecture minor.
Despite its forward-thinking reputation, advertising agencies are surprisingly unprogressive when it comes to gender diversity: only 3% of creative directors are women. The 3% Conference, founded by advertising executive Kat Gordon, builds the business case for more female creative leadership in advertising. Launched in September of 2012, the conference has since exploded into a movement […]
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.
Martin Schott is Director, Creative Services at Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts where he is responsible for developing creative visual strategies.
Jason Alley’s marketing and communications firm, Jackalope, draws inspiration from the most unlikely of places: a dusty record, South Dakota back road, or a flea market’s hidden gem.
Our annual presentation of rising stars. It’s sponsored by The Creative Group, a leading specialize staffing firm with good news for recent and soon-to-be graduates.
Caroline Noebels is currently a senior at Philadelphia University, pursuing her B.S. in Graphic Design Communication.
Kevin Yang is a recent graduate of Full Sail University’s Digital Arts and Design Bachelor of Science degree program.
Sara Tinnick is a graphic design superhero who uses knowledge to thwart typographic tyranny and catch color-space criminals.
Charlotte Strick and Claire Williams Martinez formed Strick&Williams, bringing to the studio fifteen years of experience working for publishers and design agencies.
Transform floor space into an attention-getting canvas with custom, digitally printed dye-sublimated carpets.
Seattle’s Washington State Convention Center in Seattle welcomes over 400,000 guests each year. However, the 30-year-old wayfinding system at WSCC struggled to greet, guide and direct these guests. Built in a challenging urban location, the success of the original building led to three expansions, spreading across several city blocks and creating the largest meeting and event facility […]
Artist Moonsub Shin, under the direction of Scholastic’s corporate design team, has created whimsical artwork that has become the foundation of visual branding for Scholastic’s current companywide mission statement and reading initiative.