Design education and educators have more influence than ever on the fast-changing shape of design, media and culture. This is certainly true of the 2018 group…
Superunion brand consultancy reinforces its leadership team with the appointment of Ross Clugston as U.S. Executive Creative Director.
Having spent over 15 years in senior management roles at creative firms, Sabah Ashraf brings experience and insight to her new CEO role at Superunion.
Following six years as Head of Global Brand Creative at Reebok, Chris Bruyere has joined creative agency Character as Managing Director in the new Portland OR office.
Noreen Morioka and Nicole Jacek have been named co-heads of Wieden + Kennedy’s design studio located at the agency’s Portland OR headquarters.
Publicis kickstarts its digital transformation with the appointment of Nick Law to chief creative officer of the holding company.
Lynda Decker and Heather Stern are co-chairs of AIGA’s Women Lead Initiative (WLI) and hope to double the number of female designers in leadership positions over the next two years.
Peopledesign is celebrating its 20th anniversary; co-founders and owners are Yang Kim and Kevin Budelmann
Pentagram has named two new associates in the New York office, both of whom work under the direction of Paula Scher.
Landor has named Jane Geraghty CEO effective January 1. The firm was founded in 1941 by Walter Landor and now has 29 offices. Geraghty has held posts at Saatchi, McCann-Erickson and Ogilvy.
Design educator and graphic designer Jessica Wexler is the new chair of the Undergraduate Communications Design Department within the School of Design at Pratt Institute.
Legendary graphic designer Alan Peckolick has died of a fall. He built a reputation using letterforms to solve design problems and was well known for his passion for type.
With the help of leading design schools, we once again identify top students ready to burst on the scene. It is sponsored by The Creative Group.