Gail Anderson is honored for Lifetime Achievement in the 2018 National Design Awards. Pictured here: a spread from Rolling Stone, one of hundreds of feature stories Anderson worked on in 14 years at the magazine.
The Comfort brand from Choice Hotels sports a new logo created by Landor symbolizing change and transformation.
Glamour magazine embarks on a comprehensive redesign of the 79-year-old title in the hopes it will ‘pop’ in print and, even more so, online.
C&G Partners created the graphics and artwork, based on DeafSpace design principles, for a new Gallaudet University visitor experience.
COLLINS creates a new unified neighborhood called The East Cut out of three separate and sometimes confusing boundaries in San Francisco.
CVS Pharmacy launches a campaign via bicoastal creative agency Standard Black that features unaltered beauty imagery certified by an innovative watermark.
National Geographic is unveiling its most significant redesign in nearly two decades to more dynamically showcase the work of photographers, reporters, and artists.
Ready State elevates the brand for Yahoo Small Business’ full suite of products geared towards helping small businesses grow.
Superunion brand consultancy reinforces its leadership team with the appointment of Ross Clugston as U.S. Executive Creative Director.
To commemorate the 20th year of Newark Downtown District the organization hired Trillion Creative to create a refreshed brand.
Amex’s new advertising campaign and brand positioning, including a more legible logo, positions the company as an essential part of consumers’ lives.
2018 AIGA medals go to Susan Kare, Arem Duplessis, Victor Moscono, Karin Fong and Aaron Douglas at this year’s gala while Google is Corporate Leader.
Cooper Hewitt, Smithsonian Design Museum presents “The Senses: Design Beyond Vision” exhibition, on view through October 28, including an innovative tactile reading system by ELIA.
In 2019 GM will remove the Buick wordmark — and use only the well-known tri-shield symbol — on its cars to create a more youthful appeal.
PRINT 18 will take place September 30 – October 2 at McCormick Place in Chicago, and the keynote session with Seth Godin is included with registration.
Landor has partnered with Bayer to create a warmer and more open public face as the multinational focuses increasingly on health and nutrition.
Mohawk newly redesigned website features a fresh user interface and a more intuitive search for all things paper and print.
Taschen has published Volume 1 of a large and ambitious undertaking, the visual history of graphic design.
A simplified wordmark is at the center of a Century 21’s attempt to create a clean stage for local agents.
Margo Chase: Chasing the Bright Light runs from March 23 through May 2 in Dallas; the exhibit celebrates her drive and passion to create.
The Modern College of Design will soon become the new name for the School of Advertising Art, reflecting a broadening of mission, offerings and reputation.
Ad agency WONGDOODY gives birth to an inhouse marketing consultancy called June Cleaver Is Dead that challenges how brands are reaching the modern mom.
Designing Playful Cities opens at the Museum of Design Atlanta and makes a strong case for designing for play into urban environments.
PepsiCo introduces a new line of sparkling water called bubly with the help of R/GA, the Academy Awards, and colorful package design.
Jeff Bezos of Amazon inaugurates The Spheres, which have become an overnight Seattle landmark as well as a place for employees to work in a rainforest setting.
NPES rebrands for the future as Association for Print Technologies (APTech) and moves to revitalize its signature PRINT® annual event.