Album cover design by The Collected Works reveals patterns in the music
Studio Analogous has created “Designing for Everyone” cards advise designers on how to create communications that effectively reach the sizable percent of vision or hearing impaired customers.
Branding and design agency Kick partnered with Minnesota Opera on a rebrand that underscores innovation and vitality.
Mohawk has released A Maker’s Field Guide to Envelopes, the latest in a series of guides designed to inspire and educate designers, their clients and printers.
Neenah Packaging has introduced new Pearlized Folding Board into its portfolio to meet the growing demand for “shimmer and shine” in beauty packaging.
Trend cycles that used to run in 30-year chunks are now cycling through at half that rate, if not less.
Brand Union has unveiled a new brand platform and website for technology start-up Kiteka, an all-female, all-mobile digital outsourcing network for female entrepreneurs in Uganda.
Cooper-Hewitt, Smithsonian Design Museum announces National Design Award honorees in 11 categories of various disciplines including Communications Award winner Jennifer Morla.
Pentagram’s Natasha Jen and team serve up a new brand identity system for artisanal ice cream makers Van Leeuwen.
Boutique design agency ButterflyCannon was inspired by the colors and crafts of Madeira in its package design for Glenmorangie Bacalta, a private edition whiskey aged in Madeiran casks.
Taco Bell has a flexible new logo created by Lippincott in collaboration with Taco Bell’s internal design group, TBD.
Graphic design firm Wink has developed the packaging for a new fall scent from candle and gift fragrance studio Thyme.
FormNation, formerly Studio Jan Habraken, developed a fashion-forward look for haircare brand Uberliss.
Type in a hashtag and, courtesy of Rule29, see the predominant colors of the latest Instagram posts associated with that hashtag.
Thinkso is giving a free brand makeover to a worthy medical care nonprofit; please vote online to help choose the winner.
Dian Holton is deputy art director at AARP and her creative passion continues to be fueled by random jaunts globally to discover new social initiatives, artists and inspiration.
SFMOMA has repositioned its brand to reflect the expansion of its physical plant and to express an more open and welcoming attitude.
The How Interactive Design Conference is coming up Nov 5-7; it’s a look at how visual design intersects with emerging interactive technologies; use GDUSA
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 […]