San Francisco-based Pavement develops a sophisticated brand image and package design for a medical cannabis client.
SEGD has presented its highest honors for 2017 to Jan Lorenc, Kelly Kolar, MD Anderson Cancer Center, and SH Immersive Environments.
Wolff Olins is helping the Hive smart home brand be less about tech and more about real people and their everyday lives.
Print expert Thad Kubis invites you to join his LinkedIn group that explores new print technologies, and the renaissance in print and printing.
Trend cycles that used to run in 30-year chunks are now cycling through at half that rate, if not less.
Turning potential reality into graphic representation has never been insurmountable by a crafty pack of designers.
Classic strengths balanced by serious challenges characterize the state of print design in an age of digital and social media.
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.
The pros and cons of a graphic design degree and the importance of continuing learning in a fast-paced industry.
PRINT 17 presents more than 50 education sessions that shed light on the design/creative process, packaging, marketing and sales, business growth strategies, new emerging technologies and more.
In the name of sustainable packaging, Dutch rum brand Fitzroy Premium Navy Rum uses washed-up Coca-Cola labels to create marbled bottle caps.
Historic British brand Pears is relaunching its range of soaps with packaging designed by Hornall Anderson.
Diane Domeyer of The Creative Group on the many ways creative managers can promote workplace happiness.
Neenah Packaging has partnered with CODO Design to publish the Craft Beer Branding Guide; it is available free by using the link in this article.
Creatives are well-situated to help brand disruptors like Uber, Airbnb and Postmates change the status quo argues Dak Dillon of Hub & Spoke.
Breaking up is hard to do. But sometimes it’s the right thing all around says studio owner and creative director Laura Wallace.
The Design of Dissent is an exhibition of graphic works of protest against social and political problems. It was first mounted by Milton Glaser and Mirko Ilic in 2005.
It’s time to set goals and make plans to move your life and career forward… the future is bright for creative professionals.
Creative recruiting pioneer Bejan Douraghy founded Artisan Talent in 1988, which now has offices in major cities throughout the U.S. In this blogpost he explains the importance of cultural fit in the hiring process.