Hornall Anderson’s Kristin James on how to stop selling to women and start creating for them.
Nominations are open for the Positively Print awards program; the winner will be honored this fall at the PRINT 17 graphic communications show.
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.
Every year for a half century GDUSA has used the first magazine of the year to spotlight People To Watch. The issue will be published early in February. Meanwhile, here’s a preview of sayings to live by from a dozen of our 2017 honorees.
Corina Ludwig of FunctionFox on why to try a free demo and/or take advantage of deep holiday discounts on North America’s number one ranked web-based timesheet and project management software.
Graphic designer Gina Peterson created her first custom wedding invitation 6 years ago and, today, with the help of Carlson Craft custom print services, she has a thriving custom invitation business.
The HOW Design Live team ruminates on the purpose of their event and why it is important for designers to attend.
Hornall Anderson’s VP of Creative, Rahmin Eslami, shares his thoughts on the challenges of working at the intersection between art and commerce.
Visual Connections returns to New York on Thursday, October 27 to stage another free discovery, networking and education event exclusively for buyers and commissioners of photography, footage and illustration. The venue will again be Metropolitan Pavilion located in Midtown Manhattan.
As Graph Expo 2016 opens, The Paper Loop, a promotional document from Rolland that doubles as a magazine for paper aficionados, is the 2016 winner of the annual Positively Print award at Graph Expo 16.
Adrián Enrique Novello of Lion Agency speaks to the challenge of branding for the LGBT market in a way that reflects values, services and feelings. Being merely “LGBT Friendly”, he says, is no longer enough.
CBX expert Allison Koller says that brands targeting women still depend on tired cliches and tropes.
Lee Coomber of Lippincott contends that as cross cultural symbolism starts to usurp written language, an interesting symbol based language has emerged.
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.
Type in a hashtag and, courtesy of Rule29, see the predominant colors of the latest Instagram posts associated with that hashtag.
For the first time, many high quality and emotionally resonant Erickson Stock images are being offered in royalty free model.
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.