A new Starbucks holiday cup initiative is a way to get customers coming back, but also represents a hot company and industry topic: sustainability.
A glimpse into what it is like to be a student at The Academy of Art University and its School of Motion Pictures & Television.
Jody Graff of Drexel University’s Westphal College of Media Arts & Design is a respected teacher and administrator, with a robust private practice. She is also one of a selected group of 2019 GDUSA Educators To Watch.
Janet Odgis’ reflections on what she learned from three of the most respected designers-teachers at Yale.
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.
Here are the top 4 key points that event organizers need to know before kick-starting a flawless business event.
Graphic Designer: to provide visual direction on all marketing efforts in the areas of design for print, digital and all marketing collateral for a full service restaurant located in Los Angeles CA. Send ad/resume attn: Robert Kronfli to Bacari Americana, Inc., 757 Americana Way, Glendale CA 91210.
Adobe Stock is partnering with the Pantone Color Institute and nonprofit organization The Ocean Agency on a campaign called Glowing Glowing Gone to raise awareness and support necessary to save coral reefs.
JoEllen Martinson Davis on two trends that have staying power: how brands are addressing disabilities and how they are incorporating natural cues into their products.
Animation and motion design can add more impact to your projects and add more glamour to your graphic design career.
You may know her work from Spielberg’s Bridge of Spies or Wes Anderson’s Academy Award-winning Grand Budapest Hotel. Maybe you’ve seen her designs grace the silver screen without even realizing. Introducing one of our favorites (you’ll soon see why), graphic designer and speaker Annie Atkins. Last year, Annie Atkins enthralled the graphic design community with […]
Known for his high-quality, emotional lifestyle imagery, renowned motion and still assignment photographer Jim Erickson has used his stunning video content to create a series of video spots featuring character-based narratives that will inspire you to tell your brand’s story.
What is the next macro trend? Two leading Interbrand experts contend that, to escape the sea of noise, overstimulated consumers and smart brands will embrace escapism.
Carey Jenkins, CEO of Substantial, talks about hard times in her career and what she learned about herself in the face of adversity.
Visual Profile Books has published the work of graphic design firm GHD Partners, titled ’20/20 Twenty Projects Twenty Years.’
Shutterstock’s 2019 Creative Trends Report predicts a nostalgic return to the visual aesthetics of the past. The annual guide to the latest styles is based on billions of image, video and music searches and downloads from more than 1.9 million customers around the world.
Mike Ruehlman of FRCH Design Worldwide sees graphic design as more important than ever in creating impactful hospitality and retail experiences.
Website SEO and great graphic design go hand-in-hand because bad graphic design can kill your website and SEO.
Ondrej Kruk, President of Pantone/X-Rite, discusses four shifts that have increased the demand for getting not just the color, but the appearance, right.
Guest columnist Jim Misener of global agency 50,000feet opines on why design has the unique ability to focus our minds while also setting them free.