According to Donna Domeyer of The Creative Group, reverse mentoring can shake up the status quo, jump-start innovation and make the most of an organization’s emerging new talent.
The OAAA and Partners + Napier take up cause of voter registration in a timely and edgy out of home public service campaign. The message is that no label is more important than “Voter.”
ArtCenter College of Design publishes a comprehensive book on career pathways for designers in social Innovation. Editors are Mariana Amatullo, Brian Boyer, Liz Danzico and Andrew Shea.
Top 15 Logo Trends for 2016 via LogoLounge, a unique site that explores logo and identity design. Simplicity is king, typography is austere, and the circle is central as screens become smaller and more dominant.
Our 53rd Annual Print Design Survey sponsored by Verso Corporation and its papers for designers and printers.
Publisher Gordon Kaye is worried about the lack of shared experiences in our fragmented media world, and what it means to a society.
Rob Munz of inMotionNow on how to improve production workflows and complete projects more efficiently.
GDUSA spotlights companies and organizations providing first-rate products and services to creative professionals.
Robyn is currently a senior studying Communication Design with a second major in Human Computer Interaction.
Kelsey Elder is a MFA candidate in the 2D Design Department at the Cranbrook Academy of Art and is working towards a thesis for graduation.
Charlotte Strick and Claire Williams Martinez formed Strick&Williams, bringing to the studio fifteen years of experience working for publishers and design agencies.
Hansen Belyea repositions venerable pediatric practice with unique name and playful logo made of blocks.
Ellen DeGeneres, an advocate of the value of design, helps Cooper-Hewitt education program with a large matching grant.
Three inhouse thought leaders, including GDUSA’s Ilana Greenberg, will present short talks at an important InSource event on November 18.
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.
Pentagram and Verizon opted for a dramatically simplified and flexible new version of the old company checkmark logo.
The Creative Group explores trends affecting creative teams & professionals; this study looks especially at how inhousers are preparing for the future.