GDUSA adds ‘Responsible Designers’ to the editorial mix, growing organically out of our Green Design annual feature. It is sponsored by Rolland, a uniquely sustainable fine paper supplier.
Stock visuals remain a vital creative resource for graphic designers, transitioning over decades from marginal to mainstream to essential.
Celery Design Collaborative was founded in 1997 to focus on creating communications that have a positive impact in the world.
Design for Good was started by Mark Haak in 2007 to work with charities, non-profits and businesses that believe creativity has enormous power for change, and that strong design can move people and get results.
Cast Iron Design is a multi-disciplinary graphic design studio in Boulder CO primarily focusing on branding.
Rachel Martin is the design director of Rachel Martin Design, a sustainable and socially responsible design studio that works with conscious businesses who are committed to social value and want to create a better world.
Kimberly Dow approaches eco-consciousness as an ongoing learning experience, and brings that to her firm, Kalico Design.
Lennie Gray Mowris’ design career grew out of a desire to create artistic communications that serve people and their environment.
Chris Hershey has devoted her career to using creative skills to help nonprofits, issue-oriented and other progressive organizations soar.
As the design director for the Southern Poverty Law Center, Russel has made it a personal mission to use the highest quality visuals as a tool to elevate our voice.
Hersick + Webster is a full service design and brand communications studio with a mission to add little good to the world through design.
Eclipse Marketing & Advertising believes social responsibility starts with developing and maintaining a culture of teamwork.
Rolland is a North American leader for environmentally-friendly paper products, evidenced by its many certifications and designations from leading organizations which have rigorous evaluation criteria and verification standards.
GDUSA’s compilation of 2017 Top Design Schools that prepare students to work successfully in professional graphic design.
Haberman is a creative engagement agency with a clearly defined mission: to tell the stories of pioneers who are making a difference in the world.
Lisa Cain Design specializes in print and interactive media for a variety of healthcare, wellness, scientific and research organizations.
Studio Change is a sustainable design consultancy that inspires small and forward-thinking companies to make sustainability a framework for building their businesses.
MANY is a communication design studio based in New York and we prioritize projects that have the potential to positively impact or contribute to the common good.
Millward and Millward is honored to have as talented firms from the commercial building industry as clients.
The results of our 30th annual stock visuals reader survey shows that stock images and elements have become a vital creative resource for graphic designers.
Top 15 Logo Trends for 2016 via LogoLounge, a unique site that explores logo and identity design. Simplicity is king, typography is austere, and the circle is central as screens become smaller and more dominant.