Proactively designed by Joe Rosza of Site 14 with expansion in mind, Shale Brewing Company has a new logo that is modern but retains the brand’s signature orange color.
Creative company Elevation worked closely with Nickelodeon to develop the branding for the “NFL on NickPlay,” which aims to attract a younger generation to discover the excitement of the NFL in a fun and educational way. The comprehensive branding and design toolkit included a logo, type treatments, iconography, graphics, and a color palette – all unified to live across Nickelodeon’s digital, social, and broadcast channels.
Burger King is on a mission to raise the standards for quality, sustainability and experiences in the fast food industry. To make their visual identity reflect this aspiration, they tapped JKR to create a brand world that modern consumers can feel good about.
In anticipation of our 2021 GDUSA People To Watch annual feature coming soon, here is our roster of Past People To Watch for roughly six decades (1963-2020). You will find undisputed historical giants and many more legends, legends-to-be, as well as a few one-hit-wonders.
Agency 50,000feet is underwriting arts scholarships in partnership with the Chicago Public Schools and Design Museum of Chicago, and is providing financial support to The Cooper Union Saturday Program in NYC.
With the help of strategic design firm Team, Pfizer has introduced a new logo, dropping its traditional blue-pill symbol in favor of a double helix DNA spiral that is said to represent a new focus on ‘breakthrough science.’
C&G Partners has designed a website for the Samuel H. Kress Foundation that brings over 3,000 works of art from the Kress collection into the public view in a single place, and allows extreme close ups of the entire set.
Empowered by the rise of DTC online retail and disruptive creative voices, branding studio Mucca created the name, identity, packaging, e-commerce site and more for new jewelry brand TIny Gods.
COLLINS is helping the Miami Ad School evolve into M.AD with a new brand strategy and a fluid logo that juxtaposes passion and playfulness with discipline and rigor.
In a bid to curb the number of those taking to the streets this past holiday season, the National Runaway Safeline (NRS) teamed up with independent agency Troup to issue messages of hope and support.
Taamrat Amaize joins COLLINS as Head of Strategy. She will help the branding and design agency confront a growing skepticism of brands, and was integral to their recent work reimaging Robinhood.
‘Remembering Milton Glaser, Class of 1951’ celebrates the work of legendary graphic designer and Cooper Union alumnus. The exhibition runs through January 15 in the 4th Avenue colonnade of The Cooper Union’s Foundation Building.
Janice Cavaliere and Tana Hall of Gensler argue that in this ‘age of belonging’ organizations need to have the courage to give employees the agency to fulfill their purpose.
Happy Egg Co. has rolled out its first work with The Martin Agency and illustrator Tom Brolga, setting the tone for a significant reposition of the fastest growing egg brand.
Exclusively sponsored by Domtar, GDUSA presents it annual selection of leading creatives who exemplify the ‘designing for good’ movement.
SADA, a business and technology consultancy on track to become a billion-dollar Google Cloud partner, has introduced a new logo and refreshed its corporate brand for the first time in 20 years with the help of Siegel+Gale.
Academy of Art University is offering a wide selection of art and design online workshops and webinars in October. These online workshops are offered free as part of the University’s innovative response to the pandemic.
Walmart unveils a mobile-first in-store shopping experience. Brandon Boston of FITCH leads the effort which features a sleek design aesthetic, a layout that spotlights products, and end-to-end digital navigation.
10 Thousand Design recently completed a new brand identity system for the up-and-coming Houston White fashion apparel brand. The brand is tied to entrepreneur, designer and Minneapolis community leader Houston White who strives to create a more equitable world.
A lot of folks in advertising are struggling right now, so Denver-based agency, Cactus, wanted to give back to its community by unveiling their YOU at Agency mental health app.
John McNeil Studio leads the effort to create a mural, website, and downloadable posters in a bid to support the US Postal Service and bolster it during this unprecedented election.
CBX partnered with the 123-year-old heritage brand to create an identity that reflected their roots in jams and jellies while also reflecting cross-category leadership and future ambitions.
A GDUSA reader poll sponsored by Verso Corporation, papermakers extraordinaire, reveals a surprisingly positive can-do attitude among graphic designers in the face of adversity.
Mars Food is changing the name and logo of Uncle Ben’s as America and the marketing world adjust to a societal reckoning on race.
Thinkso reimagines the story of Instinet and the fintech revolution in the form of a graphic novel. The result is a visually rich, premium case-bound book that doesn’t just talk about innovation but also demonstrates it.
CNN host and politcal commentator Van Jones is the keynote speaker at The One Club’s Global ‘Where Are All The Black People’ Diversity Conference taking place September 22-24.