Sappi North America has released it 2016 Sustainability Report which showcases strong performance in sourcing, safety, solid waste and more.
An exhibition at the Cooper Hewitt Design Museum called By the People: Designing A Better America is particularly timely. Cynthia E. Smith is curator and Hitesh Singhal is the exhibition designer.
In response to Donald Trump’s inauguration, Shepard Fairey has designed a series of posters featuring groups that are perceived as marginalized.
Graphic Design USA has just published its 2017 People To Watch special feature. Looking back over more than five decades, here are as many of our Past People To Watch as we can find in our sometimes uneven records. As you peruse the list, you will find several undisputed historical giants including Saul Bass, Ivan […]
GDUSA starts each year since the 1960s by spotlighting a talented and newsworthy group of professionals who embody the spirit of the creative community.
GDUSA’s 2015 roster of People to Watch, our annual roundup of newsworthy designers that dates back to the ’60s.
Ready Set Rocket’s Anastasia Kuznetsova has designed a bold and unapologetic website for people living with Pure Obsessive Compulsive Disorder. Her goal was “a relatable experience and actionable advice.”
Chinese e-commerce giant Alibaba unveils a new logo that signifies its decade-long deal with the International Olympic Committee.
The majority of works say said they lose interest in a job if they haven’t heard from an employer within two weeks after the initial interview. Here are tips for accelerating your hiring process to land highly skilled creative professionals.
Company outings give the team a chance to reignite their individual fires by stepping away from everyday tasks and being a part of each other’s company.
The Indiana Pacers of the National Basketball Association have unveiled new uniforms, a new logo and court graphics.
Where designers work plays so heavily into how designers work. Five reasons why your office should be inspiring.
Brand Union has reimagined a new visual identity for healthcare giant Aetna, which is transitioning from health insurance provider to a full-scale, consumer-focused health partner.
Eleven collaborated closely with the SurveyMonkey team to bring curiousity to life in a comprehensive repositioning of the brand.
Kevin Hall Design of Milford CT marks its 25th anniversary in business creating logos, brands and identities.
Wolff Olins is helping the Hive smart home brand be less about tech and more about real people and their everyday lives.
The famous Michelin Man logo has evolved from a 3D presence to a slimmer two-dimensional version that is in line with the company’s future-oriented “on the move” positioning. Not to mention that the new, lighter version also works better for digital and social media.
Working with Darien Rowayton Bank, Brand Union has created an online loan service called Laurel Road. The brand reflects optimism for students and young professionals looking for freedom from debt.
GroundTruth, which specializes in location technology, has rebranded including a new name and new visual identity developed by Siegel+Gale.
Stocksy United, an artist-owned platform co-op that provides premium photos and videos, signed its first content distribution agreement with Adobe.
A new ebook from Monotype, The Three Cs of Good Visual Identity, is available as a free download now to corporate and institutional inhouse designers and marketers. The book explores three keys to meeting modern consumers’ expectations.
Designers value print for its classic strengths and how these can be effectively leveraged to convey a message or a feeling.
We asked about the explosive growth of social media as a marketing vehicle, and how it effects the value or utility of print design and media.
In this moment of in-your-face political activism, many designers say that print works well to help express, embody and make tangible political expression.
Ellen Lupton is a writer, curator, educator, designer, and Senior Curator of Contemporary Design at Cooper Hewitt in New York City.
Matthew Flick serves as vice president of education, creative director, and instructor at the School of Advertising Art.