GroundTruth, which specializes in location technology, has rebranded including a new name and new visual identity developed by Siegel+Gale.
Microsoft has introduced a newly redesigned logo for Skype that drops the fluffy clouds and puts it more in line with the parent company’s other products.
The Creative Group has some valuable advice on how to make your digital portfolio stand out during the job search.
Estée Lauder is making it easier for its shoppers to try on products by partnering with Toronto-based ModiFace, which provides augmented reality technology for the beauty industry.
Are you ready to embrace UX design but not sure where to start? Diane Domeyer of The Creative Group has good ideas and advice on how you can add UX design to your skill set.
Dotdash is the new name and look of internet pioneer site About.com as it continues to evolve into a vertical, multi-branded site.
To celebrate the 150th anniversary of style magazine Harper’s Bazaar, the Empire State Building in Manhattan featured selections from its iconic fashion covers and photos.
Google has redesigned and will soon roll out a new sign-in page for Gmail and its other web servicesl.
Digital agency Kettle developed a social media campaign for Persol Eyewear that ties the product line to the principals of contemporary architecture.
A new user-friendly website provides a window into Sappi’s global strategy and vision for driving growth.
UX designers HUSH craft an engaging visual installation that reinforces the distinctive, prismatic design and vibrant surroundings of a new New York City tower.
Decker Design’s website redesign for the Boies Schiller Flexner law firm is modeled on those of innovation-driven industries such as tech and venture capital.
LinkedIn’s complete overhaul of its technology architecture is the largest desktop redesign since the social media site’s inception.
Bluecadet has redesigned the website for the Albright-Knox Art Gallery in Buffalo NY to make its famous collection more accessible to physical and online visitors
Guest Blogpost by Jean-Pierre Lacroix of Toronto-based Shikatani Lacroix. ThinkBlink refers to the firm’s goal and process of “designing compelling at-purchase moments that connect in the blink of an eye.” Excerpts appear here; the entire piece is available online and is a highly recommended read.
The need to be understood everywhere, by everyone, in every language, has never been greater. A new report from The Future Laboratory and Monotype can help.
The Creative Group, UXPA and Microsoft are bringing the creative community an important webinar on finding and hiring UX talent.
Troika developed a Pure Energy design concept for ABC network’s 2016 fall season. It extends beyond broadcast into print and digital media as well.
Flash is near its end. This free eBook from Monotype will help you take advantage of the new industry standard HTML5 in your workflow, branding and user experience.
Lee Coomber of Lippincott contends that as cross cultural symbolism starts to usurp written language, an interesting symbol based language has emerged.
Most mapping apps take you the shortest route but Oglivy’s and Sanpelligrino’s Delightways app takes you in more delightful and delicious directions.
Engine Digital reimagines the Kit and Ace e-commerce platform with heavy emphasis on editorial content.