Our 20th annual showcase of the power of design to enhance online communications and experiences.
A GDUSA reader poll sponsored by Verso Corporation, papermakers extraordinaire, reveals a surprisingly positive can-do attitude among graphic designers in the face of adversity.
Duke Greenhill of Savannah College of Art & Design on how the institution is redefining virtual learning and its students are reimagining design during the global pandemic.
Kelly O’Halloran continues to add to her collection of gouache paintings that commemorate Covid-related products that have gained elevated/celebrity status over the last couple of months, and continues to sell them to raise money for Feeding America.
Bob Isherwood of Saatchi & Saatchi fame, has joined The One Club to head up its Professional Development programming.
Elmwood NY partnered with Comma. a direct-to-consumer bedding startup, to design all facets of its brand identity, including brand positioning, visual identity, logo and wordmark design, activation assets and guidelines.
Joe Violante of CBX on how to stay creative – and reconnect with your creative joy – during the coronavirus shelter-in-place.
Gensler is creating vibrant murals to help small business owners and to show how design can inspire hope in a time of trouble.
A first cut on how graphic designers are dealing with the coronavirus crisis in real time. Send your thoughts and experiences for publication to email@example.com
Design Bridge New York and K-Y have announced new branding and packaging that champion female sexual empowerment and equality in the bedroom.
GDUSA starts each year by choosing a group of People To Watch who embody the spirit of the creative community.
Pantone Color Institute has released its Autumn/Winter 2020/2021 Fashion Color Trend Report; it’s a color palette ‘stripped of excess’.
Our annual Students To Watch feature has become a tradition that resonates and renews: the students get recognized and the professional creative community gets refreshed.
Block&Tackle rebrand for SYFY WIRE, an editorial brand for fans of sci-fi, fantasy and horror, taps into comics and fan-made aesthetics.
Showcasing the increasingly expansive ways in which graphic design shapes business, society, products, services, commerce and culture.
C&G Partners designed the Hunt for Bin Laden exhibit at the September 11 National Museum; it unfolds as a (horrific) crime story.
Exclusively sponsored by Domtar, GDUSA presents it annual selection of leading creatives who exemplify the ‘designing for good’ movement.
The latest brand extension of Seedlip’s non-alcoholic distilled spirits is a take on the classic negroni cocktail, with branding and package design by Pearlfisher.
The Paris Olympics has a logo. The design is said to bring together three symbols connected to sport, the Games and France: the gold medal, the Olympic and Paralympic flames, and Marianne.
Jess Glebe Design developed the Penny & Rose brand identity and package design. Each of the brand’s 11 scents is named for a distinct childhood memory.
Obsession approached Watermark to update the wine brand for a younger audience. A unique typographic pattern lets the aluminum, and the sun, shine through.
BrandOpus has reestablished Cracker Barrel Cheese as a premium offering within the category with new branding and packaging.