At the request of many who would like to enjoy this last weekend of summer, we are extending the entry date a few days – to next Thursday September 1.
The American Inhouse Design Awards is the premier showcase for outstanding work by inhouse designers.
FormNation, formerly Studio Jan Habraken, developed a fashion-forward look for haircare brand Uberliss.
ArtCenter College of Design publishes a comprehensive book on career pathways for designers in social Innovation. Editors are Mariana Amatullo, Brian Boyer, Liz Danzico and Andrew Shea.
Pentagram updates Mastercard symbol, simplifying it and focusing on its most valuable visual asset, the two circles.
A more modern and welcoming look for Commercial Spaceflight Federation by Viceroy Creative that hopes to make the idea of space travel more accessible to the public and to marketers.
San Francisco’s Hybrid Design created a democratic (small “d”) event for Levi’s 501 Jeans and utilized the assets for a related WE ARE 501 campaign.
Kim Knoll of Knoed design and branding studio with thoughts on how to get away from agency work, and attract small business and startup clients of your own.
Hybrid Design helps Mohawk showcase the impact of colored and textured papers and print with The Maker’s Field Guide.
The Sappi Ideas That Matter grant program, which funds design for positive social causes, is still open for applications through July 15.
Top 15 Logo Trends for 2016 via LogoLounge, a unique site that explores logo and identity design. Simplicity is king, typography is austere, and the circle is central as screens become smaller and more dominant.
New York City’s rebrand features a new website, logotype, mobile first videos, and hundreds of icons as visual aids for a diverse city.
This competition is our annual showcase of the power of design to enhance websites and online communications.
Chermayeff & Geismar & Haviv focus on distinctive lettering style for Yoshinoya Japanese Restaurant chain logo and identity.
Graph Expo 2016, set for September in Orlando FL, has lots for designers, marketers and print buyers to see, do and learn.
As part of its Design for Democracy program, AIGA is asking membersfor poster art that will encourage voting.