CBX expert Allison Koller says that brands targeting women still depend on tired cliches and tropes.
Register now for a free webinar on August 9 hosted by Monotype that explores how IBM improved brand consistency and brand engagement.
Graphic Designer and educator David Langton was watching the new Ghostbuster’s movie and found it chilling in unexpected ways.
Visual Connections returns to the Metropolitan Pavilion in New York City on October 27. Stock agencies, artist reps and production companies are among the exhibitors.
Exclusive promotional offer from Pantone® and GDUSA on the PANTONE EXTENDED GAMUT Guide which makes printing seven colors easier and cheaper than ever.
Kim Knoll of Knoed design and branding studio with thoughts on how to get away from agency work, and attract small business and startup clients of your own.
Dealing with difficult clients is a big challenge creative teams face. To help, The Creative Group asked marketing executives to share the strangest request along with tips for managing awkward or impossible demands.
Pulbisher Gordon Kaye on Marco Rubio, wearing black, and why it is helpful to have experts around when you are forecasting graphic design trends.
Mississippi graphic designer Paul Donnell explains why a virtual office works early birds, night owls, and the whole design team.
Register now for a free webinar on June 29 hosted by Monotype that will help you achieve great typography in your next design.
Leading designer Margo Chase believes that great ideas often emerge from the underestimated act of doodling.
PhotoSpin has launched a new site with an enhanced user interface, improved speed, and new payment options.
Here are several strategies for indie creatives to acclimate quickly to new workplaces and make strong lasting impressions.
Rob Munz of inMotionNow on how to improve production workflows and complete projects more efficiently.
GDUSA publisher Gordon Kaye agonized whether other people felt emotions beyond “like”. Facebook has now taught him that it is also acceptable to feel “wow” and “hahaha” and even “sad.”
The incomparable Earl Gee transforms letterpress tools into typographic forms for a very good cause.
Mohawk is celebrating the 70th anniversary of its Superfine paper grade. Ever wonder how it got the name?
Thought leader Debbie Millman is organizing the Vision & Leadership program for HOW Design Live 2016.