GDUSA’s compilation of 2017 Top Design Schools that prepare students to work successfully in professional graphic design.
Designers now embrace the notion of responsibility writ large, designing for good and for positive social change.
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.
The Central Park Conservancy is a private nonprofit organization that manages Central Park, one of the most beloved and visited urban parks in the world.
Eisenberg And Associates believes that socially positive work happens within corporations as well as non-profit organizations.
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.
jLinton design (jLd) was established by Jennifer Linton in 2013 after almost two decades of in-house art direction and publication design in the healthcare sector.
Millward and Millward is honored to have as talented firms from the commercial building industry as clients.
Design as Service brings together talented design students, under professional art direction, with the design needs of non-profit organizations.
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.
Our 53rd Annual Print Design Survey sponsored by Verso Corporation and its papers for designers and printers.
GDUSA’s educated, informed, but admittedly subjective selection of our favorite graphic design schools across the US.
We feel that in our role as designers/communicators our challenge is to make that positive impact felt more effectively.
The Creative Group explores trends affecting creative teams & professionals; this study looks especially at how inhousers are preparing for the future.
GDUSA’s 2015 roster of People to Watch, our annual roundup of newsworthy designers that dates back to the ’60s.