APTech announces the return of the RED HOT Technology Recognition Program at PRINT19 in Chicago (McCormick Place North, October 3-5), showcasing exhibitors’ newest products or services on the event floor.
The next time your brief calls for a little bling, grab the Pantone Metallics Guide and Chips Books for over 350 durable Packaging Metallics colors and more than 300 metallic inks for commercial graphics projects.
Ruche, a creped premium text and cover, is winning attention across North America from designers, printers, merchants, retailers and packaging converters/printers.
A free Customer Success Kit from Red Paper Plane presents ideas for using easy, engaging, dimensional direct mail designs. The entire process is online and, with dozens of templates to choose from, all you have to do is design.
This world leading specialist in the distribution of fine art, cultural and historical media for reproductionn has launched a brand new product that cuts out the red tape of image licensing.
Neenah has partnered with 12 of the design community’s most notable and emerging talents to create its new, giftable promotion entitled A Year’s Worth of Greetings.
CHILI Publisher, the Universal Graphics Engine, adds an Illustrator plug-in. Designers and printers visiting PRINT 18 can book a demo online right now.
With the help of their agency partner, Burns Group, geospatial intelligence portal URSA refreshed its brand identity and website.
Thumbtack has a new visual identity that includes logo, web, app and more to broaden the brand toolbox and ditch the pushpin for a real tack.
Ready State elevates the brand for Yahoo Small Business’ full suite of products geared towards helping small businesses grow.
FINE elevates the design and increases the functionality of a new website for private jet charter XOJET.
The redesigned desktop version of Google News introduces an updated look, additional options for personalization, and it highlights fact checking.
Microsoft has introduced a newly redesigned logo for Skype that drops the fluffy clouds and puts it more in line with the parent company’s other products.
Sherpa, a new travel app that enables users to plan their trips and discover new places through the eyes of influencers, has launched on the Apple App Store.
Estée Lauder is making it easier for its shoppers to try on products by partnering with Toronto-based ModiFace, which provides augmented reality technology for the beauty industry.
Brand Union has unveiled a new brand platform and website for technology start-up Kiteka, an all-female, all-mobile digital outsourcing network for female entrepreneurs in Uganda.
Are you ready to embrace UX design but not sure where to start? Diane Domeyer of The Creative Group has good ideas and advice on how you can add UX design to your skill set.
YouTube is previewing its new redesign for the computer and desktop. It has white and dark theme options and a greater focus on the videos.
To celebrate the 150th anniversary of style magazine Harper’s Bazaar, the Empire State Building in Manhattan featured selections from its iconic fashion covers and photos.
Laidlaw Group, the Boston-based branding firm, has launched a new online store for Monika Ramizi Handmade Knitwear.
Digital agency Kettle developed a social media campaign for Persol Eyewear that ties the product line to the principals of contemporary architecture.
Code free web design software, says the author, promises a new era in design freedom and websites that better reflect the vision of graphic designers and brand owners.
UX designers HUSH craft an engaging visual installation that reinforces the distinctive, prismatic design and vibrant surroundings of a new New York City tower.
LEGO Life is a newly-launched social network for kids under the age of 13 that seeks to bridge the physical and digital play experiences.