Molly Ungs argues that the most effective way to reduce waste is to not create it in the first place. Both brands and consumers need to participate in the journey to address and change how we consume and dispose of the products we buy.
Branding commercial enterprises and purpose-centric nonprofits are two vastly different projects, argues Deroy Peraza, and the reasons for those differences are important to understand.
When NMU’s College of Graduate Studies & Research asked C-90 to create a visual identity to increase their visibility and public awareness, it presented a fascinating design problem.
fifty-five, a global MarTech consultancy conducted a study on the carbon impact of advertising campaigns, with a primary focus on digital. The study is available as an open-source tool.
Rashida Salahuddin is spearheading the Corporate Citizenship Project to address the challenges and ethical issues she has seen first-hand in the field of corporate governance. She is believer that corporate America should be transparent and practice what they preach.
Troup is a branding and design firm whose first foray into TikTok – for TurboTax – generated close to 7 billion impressions.
Anna Sing, a multi-disciplinary designer based in New York City, went on a frenetic 15-week effort to create four fonts inspired by the history of houseplants.
Alan So of the Skona agency on why brands should be affluent in social/cultural ideologies and not just on product anymore. Airbnb, Target, Patagonia provide good and relevant examples.
Harvey Hunt of Berthold Types passed away peacefully and surrounded by family on April 3. He will be missed and he will be remembered for his very real contributions to the worlds of digital type and graphic arts.
Our 59th anniversary package design awards program is among the largest – and is certainly the most selective – we have organized. This is all the more significant as it comes against the backdrop of a boom in the packaging industry.
As a former AIGA national board member and co-author of The Living Principles for Design, Phil Hamlett discusses how designers must stretch and grow as design breaks free from print and even screens.
An interview with Gwen O’Brien, an award-winning designer, currently working on her latest project, Design X Collective, a decentralized design studio in the metaverse. She specializes in NFTs, the blockchain, and the future of graphic design.
Alan Reuter of MCD Partners on three ways the creative workflow is making the design and development process more team-oriented and collaborative.
Taja Dockendorf of Pulp+Wire on why ego has no place at the table when you aim to empower those around you.
Since 1963, GDUSA has selected a group of newsmakers and influencers, our People To Watch, to profile. It’s an inspiring way to jump start each year, and serves as a reminder of how big and broad and talented is our creative community.
Creative Source designed the massive map illustration that enhances the glass and steel spandrel at the East End Gateway to Penn Station.
Craig Daily, VP and Creative Director of Platinum Creative at Full Sail University, answers our questions about rebranding one of the University’s most well-known experiences – the annual Hall of Fame week.
We present our 58th American Graphic Design Awards Annual. The 700+ pieces showcased — and their creators — are among the best and brightest – and most resilient – of our community.
Adobe Stock’s 2022 Creative Trends Report uncovers key themes in design, visual and motion trends that will dominate in the coming year.
Wolff Olins, Tide, Diageo, Zaha Hadid Architects, and Pentagram join forces with Future London Academy to deliver 2021’s Executive Program for Design Leaders.
Full Sail University is building a state-of-the-art Virtual Production Studio on its 210+ acre campus located in Winter Park FL.
Register for free to attend the Adobe MAX virtual conference on October 26–28. You will hear from truly inspirational speakers including Riz Ahmed and Tilda Swinton who are pushing aside walls, going above and beyond, and finding new ways to be creative.
A logo designed by Alessandro/Weber Design 17 years ago for a minor league hockey team is having a second life as a pop icon logo due to a Netflix released documentary and a hockey jersey worn by Drake.