Creative agency Landscape develops an identity and website for disability-inclusive housing organization The Kelsey. The identity focuses on inclusion through whimsical illustrations, bold type, and a color palette based on skin tones.
Match.com has a complete brand relaunch led by COLLINS. With its new creative direction and approach, the 25 year old online dating giant is encouraging what it hopes will be a more powerful conversation about intimacy and love.
Richard Poulin has written a major monograph of an unsung hero of mid-century modernist graphic design. A trailblazing American graphic designer, Rudolph de Harak worked across multiple media in a career spanning five decades of the 20th century.
Pearlfisher has unveiled its update of the McDonald’s global package design system. The renewed design evolves the system away from prominent on-pack messaging for the brand, focusing more deeply on the ‘joy’ of each menu item.
W&CO brands the Moynihan Train Hall, New York’s most significant infrastructure project in decades, as a warm and welcoming gateway with a strong sense of place.
Providence RI-based agency NAIL Communications creates a brand new identity for the Providence Children’s Museum that emphasizes the importance and value of play.
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.’
Rule29 founder and principal Justin Ahrens has announce that Oxide Design Co. and Drew Davies have merged forces with his own Geneva IL-based agency ‘to continue to make creative matter® on an even larger scale.’
Lippincott has unveiled a refreshed visual identity for global banking brand Standard Chartered that is both digital first and unifies across diverse markets.
Independent agency SCS supported the Discovery product creative team’s challenge of preparing the user experience design for streaming app, Discovery+ and over 1,000 show titles for the Discovery+ platform.
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 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.
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.
The new logo for Post-It brand has been simplified and, in so doing, has internet logo critics divided between bland (bad) and streamlined (good).
Founder and chairman of Duffy design group, Joe Duffy, has revealed a new brand identity for the longest standing Catholic high school in Minneapolis, his alma mater – DeLaSalle High School.
North Dakota is developing the nation’s first network for beyond visual line of sight (BVLOS) unmanned aircraft systems (UAS). The Greteman Group developed the name, logo, and brand.
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.
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.
‘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.
PepsiCo has refreshed the 2 Liter bottle design across the entire portfolio. The company says that the decision reflects design-led thinking and best practices centered on an improved consumer experience.
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.
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.