Pentagram has worked with Yahoo on a refresh of its visual identity that emphasizes the exclamation point to embody the platform’s amplification strategy.
Open salary policies are catching on. But before revealing your personal pay details or asking others about theirs, here are some do’s and don’ts.
Today’s desire for healthier alternatives and adventurous flavors led to the creation of Marie’s first sub-brand with naming and design by Chase Design Group.
Janet Odgis’ reflections on what she learned from three of the most respected designers-teachers at Yale.
Bonfire Labs is behind a guerrilla-style activation where baseball card-like images of forgotten suffragettes were AirDropped to random people’s mobile phones in San Francisco.
The Pantone Color Institute has partnered with WeddingWire to deliver inspirational palettes for wedding planning.
Justworks and Frank Collective have developed a campaign that emphasizes the importance of workplace happiness for the HR tech company.
One Zero Charlie has created the brand and identity for Mom’s Perfect Toffee, an ode to a son’s love of his mother and her toffee-making secrets.
Jan Šabach honors the works of his father Petr Šabach (1951–2017), a well-known Czech writer, with a series of colorful, optimistic, and dynamic book covers.
Digital innovation studio yU+co and the Getty Research Institute have joined forces in a new digital initiative that celebrates the 100th anniversary of The Bauhaus.
Tonian Irving, a Senior Producer at experience design agency HUSH, on why a life lived outside design can make you a better designer.
The 2nd annual Better with Less – Design Challenge, organized by Metsä Board, the European producer of premium fresh fiber paperboards, inspires designers to create more environmentally-friendly packaging solutions.
Jessica Walsh, of Sagmeister & Walsh fame, has launched her own creative agency &Walsh. She joins a handful of female agency heads and hopes to help open the door for others.
Adobe’s new UX Designers to Watch program, in its inaugural list, is spotlighting ten UX designers who are still relatively early in their careers, but already pushing the profession’s boundaries.
Jess Glebe Design developed the Penny & Rose brand identity and package design. Each of the brand’s 11 scents is named for a distinct childhood memory.
DDW has helped reinvent the Energizer brand with a lighthearted Energizer Bunny and a highly strategic new packaging system.
Doritos is featuring the triangle shape of its chips in new advertising and design by Goody Silverstein & Partners that does not mention the brand name.
The Android operating system now runs 2.5 billion devices; a brand refresh from Huge and Google focuses on a mobile-first digital experience.
In collaboration with Publicis Seattle, nine Special Olympics athletes developed the logo for the 2022 USA Games. ‘We felt it was never our logo to create’ says Executive Creative Director Pete Kearney.
It’s summertime and Jim Misener suggests that swimming’s essentials — relax, breathe, avoid unnecessary resistance — provide an answer to how, when and where we can do our best work.
Thoughts on building a brand, making your value proposition clear, spreading your brand through the proper channels and supports, and ultimately delivering.
Ten years after moving to New York City from San Francisco (and a decade after being a GDUSA Person To Watch), Anthem Senior Creative Director Jason Rosenberg catches us up on what he’s been doing and has some thoughts on what has changed.
Pum Lefebure and Design Army have conceptualized and art directed a new campaign, featuring the tagline ‘Where Ideas Lead’ that helps rebrand Neenah as a solutions company and, at the same time, modernizes the concept of paper.
Thoughts on a new type of labor platform that encourages diversity, equal opportunity as well as giving designers a way to earn more stable and predictable income.
To commemorate the 50th anniversary of the moon landing, the Smithsonian’s National Air and Space Museum launched an ‘Apollo At the Park’ campaign and enlisted Spaeth Hill to design the logo and branded package.