Mohawk Maker Quarterly showcases thoughtful editorial features, compelling design, quality paper, and benchmark printing techniques. Issue No. 14 is the largest yet and celebrates those who Lead & Serve.
The Creatives’ Roundtable, an online community that helps advance creative businesses, will be accepting a limited number of new members through June 5, 2018
Consumer fascination with tech faded last year, a new Harris Poll survey indicates, unless the company could also tout a consumer hit such as Amazon’s Echo.
The Highcon laser die-cutter gives designers the power to envision and create artwork in ways that were previously impossible.
Erickson Stock is the premier source for high-quality, emotional lifestyle stock photos and video footage.
Here are the 20 most visited graphic design news items of 2017 on our website. Not included are our massively popular competition pages, special people features, trends and surveys, or personal blog posts. And no value judgements, just the traffic facts.
Lesley Stordahl of CBX says design will play a more prominent role in politics, and could give women candidates an edge.
Jay Adams of the Robertson School of Media and Culture at VCU on what happens to your work, particularly if you’re a student, if it coincidentally mirrors another campaign that’s already out there.
Skillshare, the Netflix for online learning, is offering the first 500 GDUSA readers who click on the link two free months.
Band-Aid was named the healthiest overall brand by consumers in a new YouGov BrandIndex Study. GEICO scored the best ad awareness and Tesla was tops among LGBT consumers.
Karen Alsop, the founder of Story Art, will be leading a session titled Story Art—Create Pictures that Tell Incredible Stories at Adobe MAX, October 18–20, in Las Vegas NV.
A new ebook from Monotype, The Three Cs of Good Visual Identity, is available as a free download now to corporate and institutional inhouse designers and marketers. The book explores three keys to meeting modern consumers’ expectations.
A GDUSA ‘Person To Watch’ in 2008, Brian Schultz continues to be a design and musical talent to watch.
Finding the right fit for your culture is an essential part of the hiring process. Considering what their goals are, how they fit into your current culture and how their skills propel the team are all things that take time and planning. Here are some tips.
Sappi NA’s 2017 Ideas that Matter grant program is now open for entries, inviting designers to show the world how design can change lives.
Over the past several years, there has been a seismic change in how brands and customers interact. Monotype has developed a brief quiz that can help you assess your brand’s health.
Creatives are well-situated to help brand disruptors like Uber, Airbnb and Postmates change the status quo argues Dak Dillon of Hub & Spoke.
UNO Branding of Minneapolis on why large CPG brands should be thinking about Latina moms as a knowledgeable and lucrative market.