Our annual celebration of the best in website, digital, interactive and UX design, and the power of design online to touch, motivate, persuade and otherwise advance commerce, culture and causes. The deadline to submit entries is Friday April 19.
‘How To Do Great Work Without Being An Asshole’ is a straight-talking fun read with a serious point: in an age of greater transparency and accountability the age of the creative egomaniac is over.
GDUSA starts each year by choosing a group of People To Watch who embody the spirit of the creative community.
What is the next macro trend? Two leading Interbrand experts contend that, to escape the sea of noise, overstimulated consumers and smart brands will embrace escapism.
Throwback or flashback? Regional advertising inserts in San Francisco area issues of Rolling Stone magazine, for Revive Kombucha, are printed on LSD blotter paper.
Acclaimed designers Sagmeister & Walsh explore the essence of beauty and the transformative power of beautiful design.
Pentagram’s environmental graphics for Scholastic’s corporate headquarters celebrate iconic children’s book characters in a series of artworks and installations.
Chermayeff & Geismar & Haviv create the branding for Hitco, a new entertainment label dedicated to producing chart-topping music.
As the dining market has become increasingly competitive, Interbrand is helping Buffalo Wild Wings maintain its position as the sports bar for game day experiences.
Retail Voodoo created a new logo that represents the past, present, and future Yakima Chief Hops, a grower-owned supplier of American style hops to the world.
Sponsored by Erickson Stock, GDUSA’s American Health + Wellness Design Awards™ honors outstanding graphic communication by this high-profile segment of the economy. The 2018 winners showcase features 100 projects encompassing the big picture of health and wellness: traditional medicine and healthcare; holistic and alternative healing; healthy lifestyles and nutrition; and the aging of our society.
Our 32nd annual Stock Visual Reader Survey reaffirms that almost everyone uses stock imagery, is using more of it, and is mostly satisfied with its quality, quantity and direction.
President Wallace sees imagination as the “pathway to successful, sustainable careers” in this look at what is new, and what is fundamental, in design education.
Dunkin Donuts’ has revealed its new identity, signaling the start of a journey that will see the brand recognized simply as Dunkin’.
Art Paul of Playboy: The Man Behind the Bunny chronicles the story of the life and artistic impact of Art Paul, founding art director of Hugh Heffner’s iconic magazine.
The Butler Bros creates a brand for Austin’s prospective Major League Soccer team that focuses on iconic symbols of the city and the color green.
JKR develops the brand design and creative executions for the launch of Blackened, a new whiskey created by heavy-metal icons Metallica and master distiller Dave Pickerell.
Conditions in the advertising industry are unsustainable for women trying to start a family and stay sane, says CCO Danielle Trivisonno Hawley.
Vanity Fair magazine debuts a new look which features a new logo design and a weightier masthead. Post-Graydon Carter editor Radhika Jones positions the change as a modest revamp.
San Francisco-based Tolleson helps position and brand Lucid Motors as a new kind of luxury vehicle. The logo is intended to reflect the car itself: sleek, modern and elongated.
Iconic pop culture magazine the Rolling Stone gives its logo, pages and website complete facelifts in recognition of changing audience tastes.
This year, logo trends show a pendulum shift from clean, modern aesthetics toward curvy, retro designs that reflect a new attitude through color and embellishments.
A new ad campaign from Spotify focuses on increased personalization, which the streaming service says makes its free version better for users and advertisers.